Wolves are delighted to have secured a partnership deal with Club Med, the global holiday company, which boasts 70 premium all-inclusive resorts across the world.
Club Med, which is also owned by Fosun International, have agreed an initial partnership to run through to July, 2017, with the likelihood of extending the deal beyond the current timescale.
The partnership will see a collaboration between the two Fosun-owned organisations working together to mutual benefit on various travel and collaboration initiatives.
“We are delighted to be welcoming Club Med as an official partner of Wolverhampton Wanderers,” said Wolves Managing Director Laurie Dalrymple.
“It is a really exciting initiative pulling together two Fosun-owned companies, and we are looking forward to developing the relationship and offering Club Med an additional platform for exposure.
“Club Med is a brand with an excellent reputation and commitment to quality, and just the sort of company which we at Wolves are always keen to work alongside.
“We will be working together on different projects and hopefully coming up with ideas and offers which will be of benefit both to supporters and the club as a whole.
“Hopefully this deal is the first of many similar long term partnerships we are looking to put together in the future.”
Club Med was founded in 1950 and is one of the pioneers of all-inclusive holidays, offers a range of packages from sunshine and golden sands to ski-ing excursions in the Alps.
The company was acquired by Fosun International in January, 2015.
Estelle Giraudeau, Managing Director of Club Med UK and Scandinavia, added: “I am very pleased to be running this partnership with Wolves.
“Given the high impact of football in the United Kingdom, this allows Club Med to reach a greater visibility.
“We are also working on different content pieces as well as specific, dedicated offers for the Wolves fans.
“It will a pleasure to work with the Wolves team as we can be very creative to make the most of this partnership."