SPAR
As proud international partner of the European Athletics Indoor Championships in Gothenburg, SPAR seeks to support independent athletes and national athletics teams in their sporting endeavours. This is in line with our global yet local strategy of using international experience adapted to suit local conditions. Through the historic partnership with European Athletics, SPAR has promoted the awareness of healthy lifestyles since 1996. The support of sporting events at local, regional, national and international level is one element of our social responsibility programme.
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Omega
For decades, OMEGA has sent teams of timekeeping professionals to sporting events around the world, including 25 Olympic Games. The company is thrilled by the opportunity to bring its unparallelled expertise and cutting-edge equipment to the European Athletics Indoor Championships in Gothenburg in 2013.
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Le Gruyère AOC
Le Gruyère AOC is the traditional cheese from Switzerland with a very long history. We are happy to be an international partner and part of this great event in Gothenburg in 2013. It will be a pleasure to have the opportunity to engage with the Gothenburg and Swedish population and have you all discover our high quality product, produced 100 % naturally with raw milk. We look forward to welcoming you and will be happy to give you a taste of Le Gruyère AOC.
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EBU
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) has been the broadcast partner of European Athletics since 1981. For more than 30 years, the outstanding collaboration between both organisations has always been focused on developing European Athletics into a more attractive product for television, spectators and athletes. Through our operational department Eurovision, the EBU is continuously working to promote athletics by offering the most comprehensive coverage of European Athletics’ events all over Europe. For Gothenburg 2013, the European Broadcasting Union will serve more than 30 broadcasters, enabling them to make the best possible stories out of the championships. Hundreds of accredited rights holders are expected and no less than 30 commentary positions will be attributed.
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