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Customers party with StarTimes ahead new Bundesliga season

By Editor   |   08 August 2017   |   1:28 am

StarTimes Nigeria’s Brands & Marketing Director, Qasim Elegbede; Customer, Damilare Salami and Content Marketing Manager, StarTimes Nigeria, Bose Adewara during the presentation of the official Bundesliga football to Salami at the Bundesliga Super Cup Party…at the weekend.


Customers of pay television company,StarTimes, were at the weekend i9n Lagos hosted to a party organised to usher in the 2017/2018 Bundesliga season. The guests were given a snippet of what top expect during the season through the Super Cup match between Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich, which ended 4-5 in penalties after a fierce 90 minutes 2-2 draw. StarTimes boasts exclusive right to the 2017/2018 German Bundesliga season in Africa.

At the party, the company gave the customers drawn from different parts of the country, including journalists, an opportunity to preview the new Bundesliga season and also unveil the StarTimes offerings in the coming months.

StarTimes Brands and Marketing Director, Mr. Qasim Elegbede said, “the decision to host our football loving customers serves as an opportunity for a face to face interaction and feedback with stakeholders in a very relaxed and informal atmosphere.

“The pay television industry is a high technology driven sector, therefore there is the need to constantly engage with our consumers and business partners. There is no better way to do this than while watching the games they love, football and not just any kind of football but German Bundesliga.” he added. An elated subscriber, Nnamdi Eze expressed his joy at being able to bond with the company. “I feel very special.

I have just been with StarTimes for only seven months and I am being treated like a king. The fact that I was invited to this party alone makes me love StarTimes even more. I feel appreciated,” he said.

StarTimes aggregates quality sporting contents with the acquisition of sporting rights like the Serie A, Bundesliga, FIBA, French Ligue 1, Chinese Super League, Eredivisie and recently the 2018 FIFA World Cup in over 48 territories in Africa.




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