Here is a chance to join an exclusive club with Eliud Kipchoge
A Chinese mobile manufacturing company, Tecno, has launched an exclusive club for its users to bring opportunities for top business owners to network and share ideas.
Dubbed ‘Phantom Club’, the initiative will connect business owners to the available market opportunities.
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The Tecno Phantom X2 Series brand ambassador Eliud Kipchoge was among the key members of the exclusive club, and the host of the first event themed ‘No Limits’.
“I am a strong believer that Iron sharpens iron. We are excited to have an exclusive club for our premium brand Phantom X2 Series. This is an opportunity for everyone to network and create partnerships,” said Tecno mobile Brand Manager Peter Shi.
“I am excited to be part of the Phantom Club, and as the Brand Ambassador, I believe that Phantom X2 is pushing boundaries. I am also happy to be among the top entrepreneurs, and we have had a great time sharing and learning from one another. I continue to encourage people to buy the Phantom X2 series, especially business owners and enterprises, in order to join the Phantom Club,” said Eliud Kipchoge.”
The marathon world record holder said he chose to partner with the brand because of the brand’s environmental qualities.
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The double Olympic champion said he is big on conservation and the environment, with the tenets of the two entrenched as core values of his foundation.
“I am excited to partner with the world’s pioneer in innovation and technology to achieve this. Environmental protection is the most important part of protecting the next generation. The Phantom series devices are made from recyclable materials which makes the partnership golden,” Kipchoge said.
The Tecno partnership is a huge win for Kipchoge in his athletics career, earning another endorsement.
He is currently the Isuzu brand ambassador and has worked with Safaricom and the Kenya Tourism Board.
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