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Best Foods signs as new major sponsor

Aotearoa’s favourite mayo brand Best Foods has teamed up with New Zealand’s favourite rugby league team, the Vodafone Warriors.

Best Foods unveiled its two-year major sponsorship with the club today (January 13).

Fans can expect to see the Best Foods logo appearing on the Vodafone Warriors' shorts and Best Foods is also planning new in-stadium surprises to spread the love (and the mayo) to all their fans.

Best Foods' Australasian head of business development Matt Rigby says working with the Vodafone is a perfect fit for the brand.

"We’re stoked to partner the Vodafone Warriors," he said.

"The team is a potent force in Kiwi communities. We’re proud to be working with an organisation that gives back to the community, has a unique voice in Aotearoa and, most importantly, has mana.”

Vodafone Warriors general manager commercial Glenn Critchley GM Commercial Vodafone Warriors said Best Foods is an ideal partner.

“Best Foods is a firm favourite in Aotearoa," he said.

"This sponsorship is a perfect alignment of two like-minded brands and will allow us to continue to make a difference in the lives of New Zealanders of all ages through our game, our brand and our athletes.”

About Best Foods

Best Foods mayonnaise has been around since 1913 after being established in New York City. With a blend of perfection and a flair for innovation, founders Richard and Margaret Hellmann did everything they could to create the perfect mayonnaise. The mayonnaise recipe they created in their New York deli, more than 100 years ago, has been a fan favourite ever since. Unilever acquired the Best Foods brand in 2000 and has continued to distribute it worldwide to loyal Best Foods fans, including here in New Zealand where it is the number one mayonnaise brand. Best Foods believes that good food doesn’t have to cost the earth, creating mayonnaise from simple ingredients to deliver the best possible taste. Best Foods mayonnaise is made with 100 percent cage free eggs and real ingredients sourced from trusted American farms. 

http://www.bestfoods.co.nz/ @bestfoodsnz (Facebook and Instagram).