The Hungarian Pentathlon Association and Béres Pharmaceuticals have signed a partnership agreement
The Hungarian Pentathlon Association (MÖSZ) has just welcomed a new sponsor: on Monday, Gyula Bretz, the president of MÖSZ, and Ferenc Major, the CEO of our pharmaceuticals company, signed a one-year sponsorship agreement at the House of Hungarian Sports.
“Quality is not just a casual word; it’s a commitment to creating something perfect” – so says one of the slogans our company, which is set to be a supporter of the Hungarian pentathlon from now on. Under the sponsorship agreement signed on Monday, Béres Pharmaceuticals Ltd will assist the pentathletes in their preparations by providing them with our products.
According to the terms of the partnership, 40 junior and adult competitors will receive vitamin-based dietary supplements marketed by our company, and the medal-winners of our competition series, which will be held this year under the name Béres Hungarian Cup, will receive gift packs from our company when they’re standing on the podium as the results are being announced.
“What’s amazing is that it took this long for us to find each other, as both our organisations espouse, admire and uphold traditional Hungarian values while also going through continuous innovation in order to meet the requirements of our age. We share a similar approach and mindset, and our belief in success is also something we have in common,” said Gyula Bretz, President of the Hungarian Pentathlon Association, emphasising that the support of the Béres company will greatly assist our athletes in the lead-up to the competition.
“As the market leader in health preservation products, and as a Hungarian company dedicated to health protection more generally, we feel we have a moral obligation to support Hungarian sports, and so we’re pleased to have partnered with the Hungarian Pentathlon Association. We think it’s important to focus on our traditions and values, and to support the health of Hungarian athletes, in this case our pentathletes – as it is to successfully prepare for competition”, said Ferenc Major, CEO of Béres Pharmaceuticals, adding: “The products we’ll be giving the athletes are cutting edge in terms of the science that’s gone into them, but they’re also completely safe.”