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The IOC, The Coca-Cola Company and China Mengniu Dairy Company Ltd announce Joint Worldwide Olympic Partnership to 2032

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Location: Lausanne, Switzerland

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DATE: 24 June 2019

LOCATION: IOC Headquarters, Lausanne, Switzerland.

LANGUAGE: English and Chinese.

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The International Olympic Committee (IOC), The Coca-Cola Company and China Mengniu Dairy Company Ltd today announced that they have signed the first-ever Joint TOP partnership agreement.

The partnership combines the non-alcoholic beverage and the dairy categories into a new joint category, and brings Chinese dairy company Mengniu into the family of Worldwide TOP Partners.

This   agreement   extends The   Coca-Cola Company’s   association with the   Olympic Movement to a historic 104-year-long relationship.  The Coca-Cola Company is the longest continuous Partner of the Olympic Games.

Mengniu becomes the first Chinese fast-moving consumer goods company to become a TOP Partner. The Joint TOP partnership supports Mengniu’s ambitious international growth plans, with  the company aiming to become one of the top dairy producers in the world by 2025.

The new joint agreement has a 12-year term commencing in 2021 and running through to the Olympic Games 2032. The agreement includes unprecedented investment in traditional and digital media to promote the Olympic values globally.

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