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The Alicante-based company continues with its commitment to supporting sport in the Region of Valencia and, together with the club, will promote handball and the history of the club in the city.
TM Real Estate Group, a leading Alicante-based company in the residential tourism industry, specialist in constructing and developing second homes along the Mediterranean coast, will renew its sponsorship of the TM Benidorm Handball Club for the second consecutive year for the upcoming 2023–2024 season.
The signing of the sponsorship agreement, which took place at TM Benidorm’s facilities, reinforces the Alicante-based company’s strong commitment to supporting sport in the Region of Valencia and, in this case, the only Alicante representative in the Asobal league, the top league in Spanish handball. In fact, this partnership is expected to enable TM Benidorm to organise different social events and activities that will promote the history of the club and the sport of handball throughout the city.
“It is a real honour for us to associate our brand and our name with a club that has a great history in Spain’s top handball competition and a city that is now a global benchmark in the residential tourism industry,” said TM CEO, Pablo Serna.
TM Benidorm president Jacobo Balongo said: “TM Real Estate Group has shown itself to be a committed sponsor that shares our values and our passion for handball. This partnership has been key to the continued growth and development of our club and we are excited that this relationship has the potential to continue and endure over time. Together we will continue to work to take our club to new heights and achieve further success”.
TM Real Estate Group stresses that this sponsorship is in line with the company’s strategy to support sport in the Region of Valencia as a platform through which to promote the Mediterranean lifestyle in Spain and around the world. This objective is demonstrated through the different sponsorships of football teams such as Valencia FC (men’s, women’s and academy), Orihuela FC, SC Torrevieja, and of future star of women’s tennis Charo Esquiva, all of which the Alicante holding company is undertaking this year.