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Nespresso offers complimentary coffee to fans with red socks

Emirates Team NZ sponsor Nespresso offers complimentary coffee to fans with red socks


Nespresso is offering one complimentary coffee to supporters who visits their On The Go takeaway coffee bar wearing red socks between now and Sunday 2nd July.

Nespresso-fuelled Emirates Team New Zealand Wins the 35th America’s Cup
Official Sponsor Nespresso congratulates the winning team for bringing home the ultimate cup
Auckland (NEW ZEALAND), 27th June 2017 – As a very proud sponsor, Nespresso is offering its warmest congratulations to Emirates Team New Zealand for their epic win in the 35th edition of the America’s Cup.

“We are extremely thrilled for Emirates Team New Zealand and share their joy in this great victory. We feel proud to have been part of this adventure as their sponsor” says John Ciaglia, Country Manager Nespresso New Zealand. “They set out on a quest for the ultimate cup and are now bringing it home.”

Emirates Team New Zealand shares the same quest for continuous innovation as Nespresso, the premium Swiss-based, international coffee brand. The two leading brands share the right balance between passion, authenticity and a strong team ethos, supported by great expertise, establishing them as pioneers in their respective fields.

Ciaglia adds “The competition was not always smooth, but the Kiwi fighting team spirit and passion won out in the end. This has been truly inspiring for all Nespresso employees who can recognise their own passion and values in today’s winning heroes.”

To celebrate, Nespresso is offering one complementary coffee to each supporter who visits their On The Go takeaway coffee bar wearing red socks between now and Sunday 2nd July. Nespresso On The Go is located at the bottom of Queen Street, Auckland, just outside of theNespresso Boutique (terms & conditions apply and are available to view at Nespresso On The Go).

Nespresso has a common history with the Emirates Team New Zealand, as it was already a proud sponsor of the team when it challenged for the 34th America’s Cup in 2013. Additionally, Nespresso was also the Official Coffee of the 34th edition of the America’s Cup in San Francisco.

-ENDS-

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