AGRAVIS, shirt sponsor of the Preussen Youth Team
AGRAVIS Raiffeisen AG and its subsidiaries Vovis Automobile GmbH, Theodor Elbers GmbH & Co. KG, Terres M + C GmbH and the TerresAgentur have been supporting the third-league football team Preußen Münster. "This commitment has developed into a successful partnership", explained AGRAVIS CEO Dr Clemens Große Frie. As such, it was an obvious next step to extend this commitment to supporting the youth set-up too. The agricultural trade and service company is now also the exclusive shirt sponsor for the SC Preußen Münster youth teams.
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- Swapping shirts: In future the logo of the agricultural trading and services company AGRAVIS from Münster and Hanover will grace the shirts of the Preussen youth teams. Dr. Clemens Grosse Frie (left, chairman of AGRAVIS Raiffeisen AG) and Thomas Bäumer (chairman of TUJA and chairman of the supervisory board of SC Preussen Münster) are happy.
The U 12 to U 19 youth teams are being sponsored, so the AGRAVIS logo will be seen on the chest of the youth teams in future. The logo of TUJA Zeitarbeit GmbH is moving to the sleeve of the shirts. The personnel services provider and main sponsor of SC Preussen is happy to let the Münster agricultural trading and services company take its place on the youth team shirts. "I am excited about the commitment of the AGRAVIS Group, which is supporting our club – and above all the youth teams. This has a double impact for the club, as TUJA will remain loyal to SC Preussen as the main sponsor with with previous sponsorship commitment. Together with the AGRAVIS Group and all other sponsors, we will work hard to ensure that SC Preussen is successful and also remains a sporting highlight for Münster," explains Thomas Bäumer, head of the Preussen supervisory board and CEO of TUJA Zeitarbeit GmbH.
"The AGRAVIS Group is strongly anchored in the regions and has a professional and high-performing structure – an economic and corporate god example in Münsterland. We are striving in the same direction as SC Preussen and insist on professional work from our young talent," describes AGRAVIS head Grosse Frie. The aim of the AGRAVIS commitment is also to give young, talented players a good sporting education, where commitment in school and to their future employment is not overlooked.
The commitment was recently sealed by both sides with a "shirt swap" between Bäumer and Grosse Frie. An important step for Grosse Frie as he freely admits. "With this commitment we want to face up to our social responsibility even more and support the highest ranked football club in the region such that the foundations, namely their own future talent, are made stronger," the AGRAVIS head explains. "We would like to position ourselves with this commitment as an employer brand and advertise selectively for good future stars for our companies." The AGRAVIS Group currently has more than 5,800, has apprentices in 16 professions and around 500 apprentices.