Louis Vuitton in a Spectacular Rugby World Cup
The October 31 Australia and New Zealand will play in London, the final of the Rugby World Cup. A spectacular event that brings both huge audiences and elegant sponsors.
Beyond the accuracy of those figures provided by the organizers, some exaggerated to speak in more than five billion TV viewers, only behind Olympic and FIFA World Cup, the impact of rugby is growing, the British stadiums have experienced sold outs in most of the games along more than a month-long tournament.
Louis Vuitton has echoed this concern and has played a special order for this Rugby World Cup, perpetuating the tradition of LV to create elegant and ingenious cases and bags for travelers to transport their most precious belongings.
Handmade in its historic workshop at Asnieres, near Paris, Louis Vuitton, the case has been meticulously designed to accommodate the famous trophy, which will be presented to the winning captain of the final on October 31. Covered iconic Louis Vuitton Monogram canvas, the travel case is equipped with lock and brass corners signature of the company.
Louis Vuitton also used this elegant design used to cover a controversial exhibition stand couture Manesh Square in Moscow. The workshop also crafted the trunk holding the world’s oldest sporting trophy, the famous silver ewer Copa America, dat ing back to 1851.
The values of sport in its purest form.
Despite being a very hard sport, rugby involves a great deal of fair play, there is hardly protests to the referee, and hardly any fights or insults. It is one of the sports that have more built high technology to support coaches and referees, without this game lose vivacity, though, curious and oddly a referee mistake, unfairly eliminated the Scotland Team in a quarter final game versus Australia.
François Thiébaud, President of Tissot, one of the main sponsors of the event, has no doubts about the values that this sport brings «We are very proud to be part of the Rugby World Cup 2015. Rugby in itself shows that many our company values such as teamwork and individual performance, at the same time, respect, discipline and love for the sport. In addition, this particular tournament is the perfect platform to showcase our expertise in an exciting international environment.»
Southern Hemisphere domain. Oceania final
As revealed this exciting World Cup, where the four semi-finalists have been in the southern hemisphere. Countries that don´t use dominate the podium in other sports. New Zealand shown until now intractable, with a combined strength but also elegance in handling the ball. His most famous Haka, Maori dance that used to intimidate the opponent before the game, join the excitement of the anthems which impresse when are loudly sung by those huge rugby players.
They will play the championship game versus another selection, also in Oceania, also unbeaten so far as the Australian who cut the ambition to reach for the first time in its history of the brave Pumas from Argentina. They will try to get the bronze against the South Africa Springboks.
Tissot the official timekeeper of the 2015 Rugby World Cup, again with elite sport.
As with its coverage with the last Eurobasket of France is Tissot the official timekeeper of the 2015 Rugby World Cup. Brett Gosper, the CEO of the organizers of the World said: «We are delighted that Tissot has joined the Rugby World Cup 2015, the sponsorship of such a leading brand industry further highlights the enormous attraction England 2015 in the global market. The stage is set for what promises to be a spectacular Rugby World Cup and successful to reach, engage and inspire new audiences like no previous rugby event.»
Great media success.
A week-end from ending , the Rugby World Cup 2015 is on track to be the largest audience ever, the most socially committed and the most equalized ever tournament, as evidenced the victory of the unexpected Japanese team against South Africa. Japan is precisely the country that will host the next World Cup, in which, hopefully the Spanish national team will do its best to participate, now that it is close of European Top 10 level. The commercial success of the 2015 event, along with New Zealand 2011, has enabled the Rugby World invest more than 350 million pounds in the development of rugby in the playground to the podium in 120 nations on all continents.
Tissot’s announcement follows the appointment of sponsors of the luxury industry as Land Rover, Emirates, Toshiba, Cordiforme Chance, Ove En + Are, which certainly have been rewarded their investments in this sport that especially embodies authentic values, of which there is so much lack in other sports competitions.