Santos Backs Tour Down Under For 20th Year Anniversary Promising A Bigger And Better 2018

Santos Backs Tour Down Under For 20th Year Anniversary Promising A Bigger And Better 2018

Santos has announced it will continue its support for the Tour Down Under (TDU), re-signing as the naming rights partner for the next two years.

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The Santos Tour Down Under was huge hit this year with a fantastic range of events that catered to just about everyone, even if cycling isn’t your thing.

The week-long event not only brings the top World Tour professional cycling teams to race on the streets of Adelaide and regional South Australia each January, but it sees some of Adelaide’s coolest events during the races. You’ve got the Unley Gourmet GalaLadies Day On Tour and the first Rundle Mall Cycling Carpark Party.

With each year getting better and bigger, one thing will stay the same for its 20th anniversary next year. That being their main sponsor Santos, who has announced it will continue its support by re-signing as the naming rights partner extended for the next two years.

Santos Managing Director and CEO Kevin Gallagher, said the company had a long history with the TDU as naming rights sponsor since the 2010 event and was pleased it would continue its partnership for the upcoming 20th Anniversary celebrations.

“Santos is excited to extend its long term partnership with the Santos Tour Down Under for another two years. Much like our company does, the Santos Tour Down Under provides substantial economic and community benefits to South Australia and showcases this great state to the world,” Mr Gallagher said.

“The 2018 Santos Tour Down Under aims to deliver even bigger results as we aim for record crowds hitting the one million mark to celebrate the 20th edition of the race.”

For further information visit www.tourdownunder.com.au 

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