Lavazza Group's Vice President, Marco Lavazza, at the official presentation of the Nitto ATP Finals 2021-2025, said, “As a platinum partner, Lavazza is excited to be one of the protagonists of the upcoming ATP Finals in Turin, along with the organizers as well as national and local authorities. This event represents an outstanding opportunity for our city’s development and international visibility and we’re proud to be able to make our contribution. For us, Turin and tennis are a ‘perfect blend', like the excellent espresso for which we’re global ambassadors. We’re ready to build an extraordinary experience, worthy of our great city and country.”
This year the company celebrates its tenth anniversary with tennis. It started in 2011, in Wimbledon, and went on to include all the Grand Slam tournaments, achieving some extraordinary results over the years. Every year the company reaches an audience of more than three million people, serving about a million and a half cups of coffee at every tournament.
Since 2011, the company has carried on a mission to spread the true culture of Italian coffee across the globe through sports, by investing in sports personalities that so many fans know and love. Over the years, numerous champions and experts – one above all Andre Agassi - have worked with the company as ambassadors, bringing the world of sport and excellent coffee closer and closer together.
For the company, investing in sport has strategic value because it offers the opportunity to give our products more visibility in the company’s target markets. The company’s presence at Grand Slam tournaments is a demonstration of the desire to invest in consumer awareness and engagement through branding activities in highly dynamic markets that are strategic for the group’s growth and that appreciate the excellence of Italian coffee.
The tournaments, together with the company, offer the public the authentic experience of typical Italian hospitality through excellent service and a unique product.