Following on from the successful activation of Adrian Meronk’s new partnership with White Eagle Sport, we are pleased to announce a strategic expansion to the partnership which will also include their corporate branding on the belly of Adrian’s golf bag, which will co-exist with their original branding on his sleeve.
White Eagle Sport are a new multi-sport events company based in Dubai and are becoming increasingly known in the Emirate for the success they’ve achieved in hosting some of the largest events in the country this year.
“The White Eagle Sport team have been so supportive of me since I met them and I’m looking forward to continuing to actively promote the great work that they are doing”, said Meronk. “They know how to organise fantastic events and are going to be one of the leading companies in their field in the not too distant future”.
“We are very happy to announce the expansion of our partnership with Adrian Meronk”, said Marta Biswas, owner of White Eagle LLC. “Adrian is a great young man, with an incredible talent and we are so proud to see him sporting our company logo and be associated with White Eagle Sport, as he competes all around the world.”
Adrian has played three tournaments this season on the European Tour and was right in the mix at the Magical Kenya Open. It is going to be a busy and exciting year for the young professional, as he continues to progress up the world rankings and put the Polish flag on the golfing map.
He tees it up at the Austrian Open on the European Tour next week, where the season gets underway after a two week break.
About White Eagle Sport:
White Eagle LLC was founded in 2020. The Dubai-based company have the vision to build a multisport platform, creating once in a lifetime experiences for both amateurs and professional athletes. Their focus right now is on golf, however, they will be branching out into other sports as well. Their main goal is to make amateur tournaments have a professional feel and give competitors a great day out. Professionals can also compete and win a dedicated prize.