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The signature under the extension of our main sponsorship of the premier league club NAC Breda has been placed. The logo of CM.com shines for the fourth season in a row on the shirts of 'the Pearl of the South'.
We look back with satisfaction on a successful period of CM.com as main sponsor so far. CM and NAC cooperated intensively in different areas. For example, in the sale of tickets at practice matches and the collection of season ticket fees. The cooperation went beyond the sponsorship and became a real partnership.
Jeroen van Glabbeek: "CM.com is a company that is rooted in Breda and is the proud main sponsor of NAC. Behind the scenes we continue with CM.com to make the NAC experience a bit easier and more modern with the latest technologies. We look forward to another exciting and beautiful football season with NAC!"
In addition to the special Guest Manager application, we will also provide the ticketing for NAC in the short term. It is ultimately the intention that all payment and ticketing systems, including those of the new webshop, will be facilitated by us. A 'secondary ticketing system' is also currently being worked on. This will enable season ticket holders of the Pearl of the South to hand over their season ticket for individual matches if they are unable to attend.
Justin Goetzee (General Manager of NAC): "Three years ago we found a great main sponsor in CM.com. A local party with a lot of ambition that is internationally active. We could only hope that we started working together in several areas. CM.com is a company with a lot of expertise, especially in the areas where we can still make a difference. The development of the Guest Manager app and the new ticketing system are examples of this. It is nice that we can also join each other in that area and facilitate our supporters. I am pleased that the cooperation has been renewed once again."
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