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SPONSOR, civil law. He who intervenes for another voluntarily and without being requested. The engagement which he enters into is only accessory to the principal. Vide Dig. 17, 1, 18; Nov. 4, ch. 1 Code de Com. art. 158, 159; Code Nap. 1236 Wolff, Inst. Sec. 1556.

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He said they would also have five kits branded Lucara Botswana for five women teams with sponsorship from No Era Manufacturer.
"More than 65 nominations were rejected due to lack of a financial guarantee and the necessary sponsorships," he pointed out.
Under the agreement, TPB would provide sponsorship worth P11.2 million in exchange for event tickets, plugs, and media booths.
Urge Adidas to end its sponsorship of the Israel Football Association, which includes teams based in illegal Israeli settlements on stolen Palestinian land.
Programme sponsorship also confers a premium on the sponsoring brands; 76 per cent of viewers thought that TV sponsorship is a more expensive form of advertising and, there- fore, 91 per cent perceived sponsoring brands to be more premium.
By accomplishing a few simple things, nonprofits can create a sponsorship experience that is not only hassle-free, but one the donor will desire to develop and ultimately renew year after year.
The first step in the EHA methodology is to compile a complete history of all TOP and FIFA sponsorships dating back to the initiation of the programs.
Visit rubber.org/sponsorship for all details regarding the levels of sponsorship opportunities available within each of these sponsorship types.
Moreover, the results also indicated that banks did not have any specific tool for measuring the effectiveness of sport sponsorship. The present research is beneficial to managers to take practical insight that how to integrate sports sponsorship strategies with the company overall marketing mix.
To assist parents, it has organised the Al Noor Child Sponsorship Programme, which is part of its fundraising activity.
Residents above 25 will no longer be allowed to remain under the sponsorship of their fathers, according to sources at the Passport Department.