MKTEsportivo partners with Everton Football Club

O Everton Football Club is the new partner of MKTEsportivo. As of this month, the English club will have an official blog within the portal and will update it monthly.

With the partnership, the MKTEsportivo establishes itself as a pillar of Everton’s internationalization in Brazilian territory, a market that is of great interest for its pretensions. In the current roster, the toffees have three players from the country: Allan, Bernard and Richarlison.

Monthly, we will receive exclusive articles and content from the club. The kick-off will be given next week, with a long text signed by Richarlison. The striker details his position in relation to the pandemic, his donation of oxygen cylinders to Manaus, the partnership signed with USP, in addition to his adaptation to the Old Continent and initiatives created by Everton during the period of confinement.

“It is an honor and satisfaction to have Everton Football Club as a new partner for MKT Esportivo. The blog signed by the club’s players and executives, as well as exclusive reports to come, will add to the promotion of good marketing practices to be applied in our market. The partnership is in synergy with our DNA of forming new industry leaders. It is a club with more than 142 years and it will be fantastic to be part of this history”, celebrated Eduardo Esteves, CEO of MKTEsportivo.

One of the 12 founding members of the Premier League, Everton has spent more seasons in England’s top football than any other club and have won the league on nine occasions. Throughout its 142-year history, the team is known as a “People’s Club”. These traditions have also encouraged innovation, ensuring that Everton remains one of the great pioneering clubs in history.

In the process of modernizing its structures, Everton will have a new stadium with a capacity of 52,888 people at Bramley-Moore Dock, ensuring that the club’s roots remain in North Liverpool for future generations.



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