CPL secures kit and gear sponsor

Thursday, July 04, 2013

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Limacol Caribbean Premier League (LCPL) organisers have confirmed India-based apparel and equipment manufacturing company TK Sports Private Limited as the League's official and exclusive supplier of team apparel and protective gear.

TK is a leading global sports apparel and equipment brand with a major presence in Europe since 1984, and have supplied clothing and gear to sports teams around the world across all sporting disciplines, including the Indian Premier League's Sahara Pune Warriors and Kings XI Punjab.

TK Sports India will be providing the full range of kit for all six teams with practice jerseys, uniforms,o gloves, helmets and pads.

"TK Sports India is pleased to have been chosen as the kit supplier for the Limacol Caribbean Premier League," said managing director, Rajan Kohli.

"Our reputation for upholding the highest standards of quality control and using the best material and designers guarantees that the LCPL teams will be highly satisfied with their respective gear. We wish the LCPL management and the teams very best and look forward to outfitting them for years to come."

TK Sports India will leverage the LCPL association through social media. TK Sports customers, Twitter followers and Facebook fans will get the chances to win authentic LCPL apparel of their favorite team.

Barbados and St Lucia will be the first teams to suit up when the inaugural LCPL begins on Tuesday July 30 in Barbados




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