Erreà Sport will be the official apparel supplier of Festival dello Sport, the prestigious event set to take place in Trento from 22 to 25 September, organised by La Gazzetta dello Sport newspaper and Trentino Marketing, together with the Autonomous Province of Trento, the Municipality of Trento and Trento APT Tourist Board, with the Sponsorship of CONI (Italian National Olympic Committee) and the Italian Paralympic Committee.
Erreà, which will have its own stand at the Festival, will be providing the apparel for the journalists of La Gazzetta dello Sport, the volunteers and all the instructors and participants in the padel camp in Piazza Fiera: four days of non-stop training in the company of the finest experts in the sector, the high point of which will be the tournament “Bobo Vieri & Friends”, set to take place on Saturday 24 September.
The apparel will feature an extreme focus on the idea of customisation, which has always been the hallmark of Erreà, incisively enhancing the concept of image and identity, and creating a brand-new graphic pattern. It will have STANDARD 100 by OEKO TEX® certification, which sets extremely strict limits on the use of substances that can be harmful to health.
Trento will be buzzing from morning through to evening, with non-stop indoor and outdoor activities hosted in the city’s main theatres, historic buildings, squares, cinemas and bookshops.
During these intense, thrilling days, the city will be welcoming more than 200 guests from Italy and abroad. “Momenti di Gloria” (Moments of Glory) is the title chosen for the 150 free events that will focus on anecdotes and moments that have left their mark on the history of each sport.
Angelo Gandolfi, President of Erreà Sport said: “We are delighted to be present for the first time at this Festival, a prestigious event for the world of sport in Italy. We are very proud to be official supplier of such an important, stimulating project, at the service of which we will be placing all our experience and professional expertise acquired over the years”.