real,- will continue to be the title sponsor of the BERLIN-MARATHON
Sponsoring contract with the real,- SB-Warenhaus enterprise has been extended for three more years.
2003-10-15Following the overwhelming success of the 30th real,- BERLIN MARATHON on September 27/28, 2003, with a record number of participants (about 50,000 from 99 countries) and the fantastic world record of the Kenyan Paul Tergat (KEN) in 2:04:55, the current title sponsor, real,- SB-Warenhaus GmbH, has extended its contract as the main sponsor with the event organizer, SCC RUNNING, for three further years.
The organisers from SCC RUNNING are pleased about the long-term security and cooperation with real,-. The extremely good cooperation in the past between the main sponsor and the event organiser helped to bring the real,- BERLIN-MARATHON to the top and make it what it is today.
Horst Milde, Race Director, commented on the further commitment of the sponsor: “In the future, we will be able to continue to add new impulses to the sport of running worldwide and develop additional qualities through the real,- BERLIN-MARATHON. We proved that this year with the double event for inline skaters and runners on Saturday and Sunday in the political heart of the German capital.“ Uwe Hölzer, chairman of the management of Germanys leading self-service department store: “We are pleased, together with the organisers of the real,- BERLIN MARATHON, to accompany the event with its new impressive start and finish areas at the Brandenburg Gate in the heart of Berlin in the next few years.
real,- and SCC RUNNING are looking forward to the joint organisation of the 31st real,- BERLIN MARATHON 2004, which will again take place over the course of two days on the last weekend in September 2004.
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