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24 Jun 2024

Brustor Extends Sponsorship Contract with Alpecin-Deceuninck World Tour Cycling Team

Brustor is delighted to announce the extension of its sponsorship agreement with  The Alpecin-Deceuninck World Tour Cycling Team. This renewed partnership marks another milestone in the team's journey towards continued success and excellence in professional cycling.

Brustor's extended sponsorship underscores the company's commitment to supporting high-performance sports and promoting a healthy, active outdoor lifestyle. The collaboration has already yielded significant benefits for both parties, and this extension will further enhance the team's ability to compete at the highest levels.

"We are excited to continue our partnership with Brustor," said Team Manager’s Philip Roodhooft. "Their support has been invaluable in our achievements, and their dedication to quality and innovation mirrors our own. With Brustor by our side, we are confident in our ability to reach new heights in the upcoming season."

"We are proud to extend our sponsorship with the Alpecin-Deceuninck team," said Steven Heytens – co-CEO of Brustor "Our partnership has been mutually beneficial, and we are thrilled to support the team as they pursue excellence on the world stage. Brustor’s values of innovation, drive for performance and team work align perfectly with the cycling team’s. It also highlights our commitment to build a stronger international brand for our shading solutions”.

The renewed agreement will see Brustor's branding prominently displayed on the team's cycling short, shirt and equipment, reinforcing the strong association between the two entities. “We are convinced that further collaboration with the world team of Mathieu van der Poel and Jasper Philipsen will ensure that our brand will be in the spotlight all year long.Together with the cycling fans and team supporters, we are looking for an exciting performance starting with the Tour de France 2024”, concludes Heytens.