Tudor Communication organizes & promotes The Jumping Balkan Championship, 1-4 September

Mon | 01.08.2016

Public Relations

Tudor Communication organizes and promotes for the Romanian Equestrian FederationThe Jumping Balkan Championship, the annual equestrian sports competition gathering sportsmen from Balkan countries.

The Balkan Equestrian Championship is the biggest sporting event for professionals in the Balkans. Internationally, it comes immediately after the Olympic Games, World Equestrian Games and Continental Championships.

The last Balkan Championship in Romania was organized in 2001 in Piatra Neamt. After 17 years, this year, the event is organized by Romania, at a club in Adunaţii Copăceni - Giurgiu, being the most important international sporting event held in Romania in 2016 and, in the same time, the equestrian event of the year in Romania, repositioning horse riding in the top 10 sports in Romania. 

The event will take place between 1st-4th September 2016, at Regatul Cailor in Adunaţii Copăceni, Giurgiu, the biggest club in the country, of international level, hosting 26 horses worth over 1 million euros.

At the competition in Romania, attend over 300 world-class jockeys and horses valued at tens of millions of euros. For example, Turkish businessman, Armagan Ozgorkey (top 10 billionaires of Turkey), comes to Bucharest with horses over one million euros.

Romanian jockeys are becoming more competitive internationally. For example, last year we achieved Balkan 8 medals. This year, at the Balkan contest, we expect to get gold medals.

Approximately 15,000 spectators are expected at the event in the 4 days of competition, and hundreds of thousands of viewers. The event will be promoted extensively in media TV, print and online.

For sponsorship opportunities, please contact Mihaela Tudor, mihaela@tudor-communication.ro.

Tudor Communication is a PR and personal branding agency that helps companies to develop profitable through : strategic communication, free media promotion worth tens of thousands of euros and campaigns with measurable objectives. 
 

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