Nyasa BB secure Into Sport partnership deal

Barely a month after Nyasa Big Bullets sealed a partnership with AXA Bus company,the people’s team has made it again by securing yet another new  partnership with one of the top
leading sports wear suppliers, Into Sport.

Bullets captain John Lanjesi and CEO Escort Chinula with Into Sport owner Shabir Ismail durinh a symbolic presentation of official match balls
Bullets, Into Sport deal done

The one year and renewable partnership is expected to expire in September 2020.

Speaking when unveiling the partnership on Monday (September 16 2019), NBB Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Escort Chinula described the partnership as very vital as it will help to add  more value particularly to the team  which he said it is aiming high in as far as
bringing and creating partnerships is concerned.

Chinula added that they will strive to make the partnership fruitful by safeguarding it so that it should be renewed once it is expired.

“As Bullets CEO this is one of the things which i promised that I will try to play a leading role  in searching for more partners, so today I’m very excited because my dreams have now started becoming into a reality. But let me urge all Bullets fans in the country to support
Into Sport in many ways  so that we can all achieve or benefit since we are in a win-to- win agreement,” said Chinula.

In his remarks Into Sport owner and Managing Director Shabir Ismail said they decided to make a partnership with Bullets after getting convinced with the team’s performance displayed when the team participated in this year’s CAF Champions league competition.

Ismail therefore, said he believes that the partnership will help to increase their customers base.

“As a company we are very much excited with this relationship  as you all know that Bullets is the biggest club in  the country so we are looking forward to help this team in many ways such as selling their replica jerseys and other merchandising products  which can also boost
our marketing,” said Ismail.

Meanwhile, Into Sport has  donated ten new latest Adidas official match balls to Bullets worth K1.5 million.

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Bibo
Bibo
1 year ago

Malawian clubs and their pathetic nature-ati Nyssa Big Bullets, nde chani chimenecho? Miserable name befitting a miserable club.. Decades of existence in Malawi without a stadium and a permanent name and resorting to being bailed out by imbecile Peter Mutharika while using tax-payers’ money. Football will never develop in Malawi with twisted and crooked brains in control.

Mzozodo
Mzozodo
1 year ago
Reply to  Bibo

Malawi football stinks baby shit

chimanga
1 year ago

Akumangileninso stadium…. dont use our taxes. Our taxes are for hospitals, schools, agriculture . Not even a kasinja a munthu wa mantha

Gamma
Gamma
1 year ago
Reply to  chimanga

Are you the Only one who pay Tax? Who told you that Football teams do not pay taxes, Kapena munamva kuti ma player samadula PAYE?

Gongoni Wakuda
Gongoni Wakuda
1 year ago
Reply to  Gamma

choka iweeeeee. Ataika budget yomanganso Kamuzu Stadium Dziko lonse lingagwirizane nazo koma osati kumangira BB ndi NOMA. Inu anunkhadala eti.

Mzozodo
Mzozodo
1 year ago
Reply to  Gamma

Your officials have been stealing gate collections and transfer fees money. The team has been in existence since 1968 and not even a well watered piece of land with a wire fence plus a gym, changing rooms, cafeteria, merchandise shops, bar, commercial restaurant, ticket sales room, store rooms etc to call it a home. Sparks Jumbe used to steal from this team a lot but Bullets fans were made to believe that he was the financer of the team. Am talking about the early 90’s, meaning that its officials’ culture to steal funds meant for developing these teams. Don’t mix… Read more »

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