Revenue: Enugu Rangers FC To Start Producing Bread
Enugu Rangers Football Club has revealed that it will start rolling out its branded bread called “Rangers Bread’’ and other flour confectionery products in Enugu metropolis.
The Marketing Manager of the club, Ignatius Okafor, made the disclosure to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Enugu.
Okafor said the move was aimed at increasing the club’s internally generated revenue so as to pave way for a seamless 2016/2017 football season.
He noted that the branded bread and other confectioneries from the club would be sold at the Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium, Enugu during matches as snacks to spectators.
According to him, “The nutritious Rangers bread and other confectioneries will also be sold daily to the teeming fans of Rangers residing within Enugu metropolis and its outskirt for a start.
“And we will be glad to extend our supplies to other areas or states where our fans want them to come to.
“I believe that apart from getting IGR, the initiative will go a long way in making Rangers a household name and brand in most families, neighbourhoods and communities within and outside Enugu State.”
He noted that the club would not rely solely on the state government but has decided to go into partnerships and businesses that would generate funds.
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