Yonex becomes the official sponsor of Para-badminton National Team!


Yonex becomes the official sponsor of Para-badminton National Team!

Badminton Canada is excited to announce that they have signed a sponsorship agreement with Yonex Canada!

On February 28th, 2019 Badminton Canada and Yonex Canada finalized a sponsorship agreement that will designate Yonex as the official sponsor of the Canadian Para-Badminton National Team for the next 3 years!

This agreement is an addition to the current sponsorship with Yonex Canada, who now sponsors all three Canadian national teams; Junior, Senior and Para. Badminton Canada is thrilled to sign this new deal with Yonex Canada effective immediately, and are excited to extend the partnership.

“Yonex is proud to partner with Badminton Canada for sponsorship of the Para-Badminton National Team. Amid a busy and complex world, Yonex has a simple goal; to enrich people’s lives through sport, giving them a happier and healthier lifestyle. Yonex aims to encourage and spread the joy of sport through its wide range of products, which are suitable for all ranges of players from amateurs to professionals. Yonex believes that sport is for everyone to enjoy at every level” said Paul Staudzs from Yonex Canada.

“As a global company, Yonex feels that it is the distinct obligation to give something back to society. Yonex demonstrates social responsibility through its involvement in a number of campaigns designed to positively impact and help educate others on the health benefits of sport” he continued.

“We look forward to having the Canadian para badminton players represent Canada and our company in the home of Yonex, at the 2020 Para Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan.”

Badminton Canada believes Yonex Canada is the perfect fit as both share similar goals and aspirations from not only a sporting perspective but encouraging high quality lifestyles.

Badminton Canada’s Executive Director Joe Morissette was quoted saying “We are pleased to partner with Yonex Canada again as they play a major role in supporting our para athletes on their journey to the 2020 Paralympics in Tokyo”

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