EOLO-KOMETA Cycling Team is happy to announce the sponsorship agreement with VisitMalta: a new partnership that will support the team in its growth project, and that will be explained in more details in the next weeks.
“We are very happy to have reached this agreement with VisitMalta. They are committed to cycling and in particular to the EOLO Kometa project and the Alberto Contador Foundation to promote the wonders of their country. We have no doubt that together with us they will be able to achieve the objectives they have set themselves to promote their country. The Maltese islands are an exceptional territory for cycling and through this agreement we hope to encourage many fans to discover the country’s orography. Another objective of this agreement, which is part of the Alberto Contador Foundation project, is to promote cycling as a means of transport and a healthy lifestyle in Malta. Of course, it also aims to give the opportunity and help young Maltese athletes who want to become cyclists to have a way of training and growth”.
Management Eolo-Kometa Cycling Team
“This partnership between EOLO-Kometa and VisitMalta is a tangible proof of our efforts to exploit emerging and developing tourism segments including sports related tourism. By way of this alliance, the Maltese Islands will immensely benefit from incremental promotion as well as cements its position further as the ideal destination for cycling enthusiasts. EOLO-Kometa Cycling Team will over the next years be visiting our country to experience first-hand the splendour of our Islands as professional cyclists and visitors alike. From a sports perspective it is a pleasure to confirm that by way of this agreement exciting opportunities will be created for young Maltese cyclists to possibly join the EOLO-Kometa Youth Team according to their age and ability. This historical milestone, which is a first for any European country will most certainly generate excellent results in terms of tourism inflows as well as ascertain Malta’s status as the destination of choice” outlined Minister for Tourism and Consumer Protection Clayton Bartolo.