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Sint-Truiden Regarding conclusion of sponsorship contract with Daikoku Denki Co., Ltd.

Sint-Truiden VV
[Sint-Truiden] Regarding conclusion of sponsorship contract with Daikoku Denki Co., Ltd.
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Sint-Truiden VV (STVV) is pleased to announce that it has entered into a corporate sponsorship agreement with Daikoku Denki Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Nakamura Ward, Nagoya City).
[Image: https://prtimes.jp/i/42484/381/resize/d42484-381-02e316e2af15c7332a0d-0.jpg&s3=42484-381-9806d329424503f84078552d712cefb7-1180×354.jpg] We have reached a corporate sponsorship agreement with STVV, who agrees with the vision of Japanese athletes, coaches, and business staff taking on challenges in Europe and the world, and with the vision of STVV not only being about sports, but also bridging Japan and Belgium.
■Comment from Daikoku Electric Co., Ltd.
“Daikoku Electric Co., Ltd. continues to challenge itself every day with the goal of having the future-ready products and services we provide evaluated and making the world excited. We feel that our vision is similar, and we have signed a sponsorship contract with them. We also want to create an environment where our employees can shine and play an active role, just like the Japanese people we work for.”
■Company overview
Company name: Daikoku Electric Co., Ltd.
Representative: Masakatsu Kayamori
Address: (Head Office) 1-43-5 Nagono, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya
Business details: Development, manufacturing, and sales of products and services for pachinko halls, and development, manufacturing, and sales of hard disks related to pachinko and pachislot machines, and software development.
Official website: https://www.daikoku.co.jp/
[What is Sint-Truiden VV (STVV)]
A soccer club that was founded in 1924 and belongs to the Belgian Professional League Division 1. DMM.com LLC acquired management rights in November 2017. In 2018, former FC Tokyo GM Noriyuki Tateishi was appointed CEO. The five pillars are strengthening the top team, enriching the academy, building a new business scheme, expanding the stadium, and technological innovation through the introduction of IT. Shinji Okazaki (formerly FC Cartagena), Ryotaro Ito (formerly Albirex Niigata), Ryoya Ogawa (formerly FC Tokyo), Rihito Yamamoto (formerly Gamba Osaka), Chima Fujita (formerly) Yokohama F. Marinos) and Ayane Suzuki (formerly Urawa Reds) belong to this team. The 2022-23 season ended in 12th place with 42 points (11 wins, 9 draws, 14 losses / points conceded -3 / 37 goals scored, 40 conceded).
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