Bostik signs deal with Tour de France The 2017 event, the 104th time the race has been held, will take place from 1-23 July starting with the Grand Départ from Düsseldorf in Germany. The 3,540 kilometer route across 21 stages will also visit Belgium and Luxembourg. 198 riders from 22 competing teams will encounter some of the most challenging terrain in world cycling before crossing the finish line on the Champs-Élysées in Paris on 23 July.
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Tissot sponsors Tour de France Tissot, a member of the Swatch Group, has distinguished itself once again in the world of cycling by becoming Official Timekeeper of the Tour de France and all cycling time trials run by Amaury Sport Organisation. The Swiss brand will provide its innovative timekeeping systems at all A.S.O. time trials for the next five years.
McCain Foods sponsors Tour de France SponsorshipMonday, 09 June 2014 11:22The Tour de France 2014 has signed a new partner with McCain Foods coming on board as an official supplier.This year, for the first time, the historic race starts from Yorkshire, the home of McCain Foods. The Tour de France Grand Depart is made up of three stages, travelling through Yorkshire’s finest scenery on the 5th and 6th July, before leaving Cambridge and travelling to London on 7th July. Millions of fans will line the streets over the two days to celebrate the pinnacle of elite cycling.The tour, which passes by a number of McCain farmer’s fields, guarantees a live audience of 4 million and will help to promote the McCain brand values, tying back to their Yorkshire and potato farming heritage as well as engaging with their target audience in local communities.As the tour cuts through this key potato growing area, the partnership celebrates not only McCain’s Yorkshire roots but also aims to unite the local communities and McCain’s British farmers, to celebrate the joy and excitement of the Tour de France in the UK.Mark Hodge, Marketing Director of McCain Foods GB said: “McCain are thrilled to be a part of one of this year’s biggest global sporting events and this partnership is the perfect way for us to celebrate our Yorkshire and farming heritage and engage with local communities and British potato farmers. We feel there is a natural synergy between McCain and Tour de France in Yorkshire and we are looking forward to celebrating the joy of such an exciting sporting event this summer.”