Africa: Power Horse Teams Up With Orange Chan 2014

"Sport has the power to inspire and unite people. In Africa, football enjoys great popularity and has a particular place in the hearts of people", legendary Nelson Mandela said, when opening the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa. Four years later, South Africa is in the limelight again hosting another major football event, the Orange African Nations Championship.

To be part of this unique experience, Austrian energy drink POWER HORSE has decided to become a major sponsor of the Orange CHAN 2014. The energy drink with the black stallion logo has signed a multi-year-deal to be main sponsor of the continent's major football competition in 2014 and 2016.

The sponsorship of the Orange CHAN 2014 takes its involvement to the next level, signaling POWER HORSE's commitment to African sport in general, and football in particular. During Orange CHAN 2014, POWER HORSE will add to the excitement of the football spectacle holding product samplings and crowd entertainment events mainly in Cape Town Stadium.

With the kick-off of Orange CHAN 2014, POWER HORSE will run a raffle, where participants can win tickets for the football worlds in Brazil! Further details on www.facebook.com/powerhorse.Africa

In football, POWER HORSE is the premium energy drink partner of European big guns like Bayer 04 Leverkusen or Steaua Bucarest.

Founded in 2004, POWER HORSE established its products as a leading brand in the premium segment of energy drinks. POWER HORSE is actually represented in more than 50 countries worldwide and has branch offices in Dubai (United Arab Emirates) and San Francisco (USA).

The product range includes the classic POWER HORSE regular, the calorie reduced POWER HORSE sugarfree and the flavored POWER HORSE Energy Cola. The company was the first European energy drink brand that introduced a cola based version of an energy drink.

"Free Your Energy" with POWER HORSE!

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