Olympic official partners Samsung Electronics and Son Heung-min unveil ‘Team Samsung Galaxy’

Samsung Electronics, the official partner of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), unveiled its campaign message “Open always wins” for the 2024 Paris Olympics and Paralympics and its promotional ambassador “Team Samsung Galaxy” on the 11th.마카오카지노주소

The ‘Team Samsung Galaxy’ squad, operated as a partnership activity for the Paris Olympics and Paralympics, consists of 25 athletes from 10 countries representing various sports.

Among them, six Korean players are Kim Ye-ri (breaking), Kim Hee-jin (goal ball), Seo Chae-hyun (sports climbing), Son Heung-min (football), Shin Yu-bin (table tennis), and Ahn Se-young (badminton).

Son Heung-min said, “It is an honor to be part of the team’s Samsung Galaxy and to be with outstanding players participating in the 2024 Paris Olympics and Paralympics,” adding, “It is important to win the game, but the memories we will make together through the games during the tournament are of greater value.”

World-renowned sports stars such as Sky Brown (UK, skateboard), Johan Depay (France, Surfing), Grace Sunny Choi (USA, Breaking), and Johannes Flores (Germany, Paralympic Athletics) were also on the list.

Along with their campaign messages, the “Team Samsung Galaxy” players share three core values of “open mind,” “new perspective,” and “self-expression” and communicate with their fans. More athletes from countries and sports will be added to the list in the future.

Samsung Electronics explained that the new partnership campaign message “Open always wins” released for the Olympics meant that “if everyone cooperates and challenges with an open mind, we can open up infinite possibilities” based on the identity of the “Galaxy” brand, which does not discriminate and works with everyone.

Tony Estange, chairman of the Paris Olympic Organizing Committee, said, “I am confident that Samsung Electronics’ belief in openness and innovative mobile technology will play a central role in the 2024 Paris Olympics and Paralympics.”

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