Moose Clothing Company Sponsors Sri Lankan World Cup Team – The Island


Moose Clothing Company, Sri Lanka’s versatile and youthful clothing brand, has once again happily partnered with Sri Lanka Cricket as the national cricket team sponsor for the ICC T20 World Cup kicking off in Australia. later this month. There is excitement among local cricket fans ahead of the event. after Sri Lanka stunned regional powers India and Pakistan en route to winning the Asian Cup last month. Sri Lanka beat world number one India in the second round and overcame world number two Pakistan in successive matches, winning the grand final in Dubai in style.

A staunch and ardent supporter of cricket in Sri Lanka, Moose Clothing Company has continuously partnered with Sri Lanka Cricket for numerous tournaments including the Moose Cup Test Series which successfully concluded earlier this year. Hasib Omar, CEO of Moose Clothing Company, commenting on this exciting partnership said, “We are delighted to extend our continued support to Sri Lanka Cricket. Our vision is to see Moose Clothing grow globally and this partnership is a testament to the plan and the vision.

Expanding further, Omar said the partnership with Sri Lanka Cricket will help elevate the brand through increased international exposure and awareness of our brand, which in the long run will help expand the brand’s reach across multiple regions. .

“While congratulating Moose Clothing Company’s continued association with Sri Lanka Cricket, which I’m sure has given them excellent coverage in the international market, our national team’s new status as Champions of the The newly crowned Asian Cup will further enhance the exposure of our partners arriving on the international stage,” said Ashley De Silva, CEO of SLC.

Moose Clothing Company has continuously worked to support the local sport of cricket over the years through various sponsorships. Passionate about the vision of being an international clothing brand that delivers exceptional value, Moose Clothing Company products are sold in Africa, the Middle East and India, with plans to launch the brand in Europe and the United States. in the near future. The company has a long-term goal of representing Sri Lanka on the global fashion stage.


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