STOCKHOLM, April 29, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
EnergyCasino is proud to announce that it is launching its sponsorship of Sweden's Team Jocke Mangs, at the Porsche Carrera Cup Scandinavia. Team Jocke Mangs will enhance EnergyCasino's sports focused image, and EnergyCasino will provide committed support to the team.
"When profiling our dream sponsorship, it was important for us to find something different, our goal was to find a personality that would mirror and match the key focus points of the EnergyCasino brand: "Fast & Furious with a bold attitude."
After the first meeting with Jocke Mangs and the team it was clear that they possessed all of those attributes we were looking for. Jocke Mangs and his Porsche Carrera team have earned a reputation that speaks for itself, and we are looking forward to associating our brand with the energy and drive that Jocke and the team represent. Jocke Mangs and the team will give us a boost when engaging customers, online and at live events, like never before. Jocke and his team are in a race against other teams, and EnergyCasino is in a race against other casinos, so we both share the same competitive and energetic outlook." - Says Niclas Johansson - Country Manager Sweden - EnergyCasino
"Me and my Team are extremely happy and very proud to get EnergyCasino as the sponsor of choice. This means so much for me and my team and for the future in my racing career. This is a dream come true for me and my team and I couldn't think of a better brand to represent." - Jocke Mangs
EnergyCasino will be launching the Team Jocke Mangs Porsche Carrera Cup Scandinavia Sponsorship on 1st of May 2016, when Team Jocke Mangs will be starting the first of the thirteen races the in championship.
Team Jocke Mangs and his participation in Porsche Carrera Cup Scandinavia will play a big part in the EnergyCasino marketing and promotion strategy. Players can expect to see him and the team on-site, and EnergyCasino will be represented at all races and live events in the near future.
Jocke Mangs won the Porsche Carrera Cup in 2008 and 2009. Last year, he made a dramatic comeback in the championship, finishing second in both the premiere races at Skövde.