Black Aces Strike Hotel Partnership with Tsogo Sun

Black Aces Strike Hotel Partnership with Tsogo Sun

 

Mpumalanga Black Aces Football Club has announced a new partnership with the leading hotels, gaming and entertainment company in South Africa, Tsogo Sun.

The deal, the first of its kind for Black Aces, announced just before AmaZayoni’s terrific victory against Mamelodi Sundowns, see’s Tsogo Sun become the Club’s ‘Official Hotel Partner’.

Tsogo Sun provides a vast variety of hospitality and exciting entertainment and leisure experiences. Combining an established heritage with a professional and energised approach, the group proudly encompasses 14 casinos and over 90 hotels in South Africa, Africa and the Seychelles.

As part of the two year partnership, Black Aces will deliver coaching programmes and social responsibilities to local children, teaching them the same training techniques and philosophies used by the First Team.

In addition to the Aces accommodation needs, Tsogo Sun will provide additional benefits including pre-match meeting rooms and an annual awards venue. Aces supporters and players will benefit from special weekend packages at Garden Courts across the country.

Mario Morfou, the Black Aces chairman said that he was delighted with the association with such a prestigious hotel group and thanked Tsogo Sun for their confidence shown in the growing Aces brand.

“On behalf of the club and our supporters, I would like to sincerely thank Tsogo Sun for this very special arrangement and promise that we will aim to be your perfect ambassadors wherever we go.”

“Our partnership with Manchester City will ensure the youth coaches staying at their best hotels when they visit South Africa and through shared learning, both brands will work together in order to provide children with a holistic football experience that places equal importance on football and education.”

Tsogo Sun’s Group Sales Director, Neil Fraser, commented: “This new contract with Black Aces is an example of Tsogo Sun’s ongoing commitment to investing in and developing South African Football. We look forward to playing a significant role working together on our joint social responsibility programmes and accommodating the Black Aces Teams and Officials at our various hotels across the country.”