2010 FIFA World Cup Branding

2010 FIFA World Cup Branding from Printed Shadenet Solutions

By: Printed Shadenet Solutions  11-20-2009
Keywords: Advertising Banners, Event Branding, Event Banners

The 2010 FIFA World Cup branding for fan parks is getting closer and closer.  The final draw is to take place in Cape town on 4 December and thousands of soccer fans and dignitaries are expected to be there.

The 32 teams particpating in next year's soccer tournament will hear at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) the outcome.  This is the first real branding opportunity and the first real scale international event that provides significant opportunity.

Printed Shadenet Solutions has been involved in the conceptualisation, configuration and provision of printing of shadenet and printing on shade cloth for 2010 FIFA World Cup branding of the fan fest and fan park areas and walkways to and from the stadium.


According to a recent press release from the City "About 3 000 international dignitaries and media representatives are expected to attend this milestone event which will be televised live to an estimated 150 million viewers across the globe. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for Cape Town to put its best foot forward,"

Printed Shadenet is the ideal substrate for the temporary event fencing panels required for 2010 due to its durability and ease of rigging.  It is also fire retardent fabric, so minimises any risk of danger to human lives.

The 2010 FIFA World Cup branding becoming a reality.  Roads will be closed during the events to enable event organisers and various City and Provincial services to prepare and secure these venues.   For printing on shadenet for 2010 FIFA World Cup branding contact Printed Shadenet Solutions

Keywords: 2010 branding, Advertising Banners, Branding Fan Parks, Branding of public and sponsor entertainment areas, Event Banners, Event Branding, Event Branding Companies, Speed Branding, Speed Fencing, temporary event fencing,

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