Join the action with four tickets with VIP experience for all stadiums in LaLiga Santander and SmartBank. More than 20,000 companies and freelancers have already registered on the web
Sal guez creates 'Saldremos Juntos', a solidarity project for those affected by the crisis: “We must make noise”
#SaldremosJuntos, the solidarity initiative launched a week ago to help SMEs and the self-employed affected by the Coronavirus and led by Sal guez along with a group of athletes, journalists, influencers and designers, has the support of the Soccer League from today Professional (LaLiga). Thanks to an agreement between both parties, LaLiga will transfer to #SaldremosJuntos a part of the funds raised at 'LaLigaSantander Fest'. In addition, LaLiga will provide four tickets with VIP experience for all stadiums in LaLiga Santander and LaLiga SmartBank so that SMEs and the self-employed can carry out marketing and commercial activities, once the competitions resume.
'LaLigaSantander Fest' is the first worldwide impact charity festival that seeks to raise funds to acquire products necessary to combat the COVID-19 pandemic and which will be channeled following the government's health priorities in coordination with the Higher Sports Council (CSD). The festival is an initiative of LaLiga, in collaboration with Banco Santander, Universal Music and the rest of its sponsors, players, clubs, artists and GTS. Together we will set aside the percentage ceded by LaLiga entirely for the health sector.
#SaldremosJuntos is having a strong reception in the business fabric since its launch: more than 20,000 companies and freelancers They have registered on the website www.saldremosjuntos.com in less than five days and Felipe Reyes, Rudy Fernndez, Rubn Garca, Augusto Fernndez, Sara Escudero, Jaume Masa, Adriana Pozueco, Alex Chiner and Csar Azpilicueta have already joined as ambassadors. .
“In these moments of health emergency, football has a great obligation to the fans. It is time to return to society what it gives us every weekend from the stands. Also to join all those solidarity initiatives that arise and that, thanks to our international expansion, we can give visibility “, he assured scar mayo, Director of Business, Marketing and International Development of LaLiga.
“Together, we will get ahead”
Sal thanked “LaLiga and all the LaLiga Santander and LaLiga SmartBank clubs for their contribution to the #SaldremosJuntos project. Together, we will get ahead. The important thing is that everyone contribute their bit to help SMEs and the self-employed to recover normality as soon as possible. No matter who is the first, what is relevant is that the more ambassadors, companies and institutions join, the better. “
Saldremos Juntos is a solidarity and altruistic action launched by a large group of athletes, designers, journalists and influencers, including Sal guez, lvaro Morata, Oliver Torres, Sergio Busquets, Jorge Martn, Felipe Reyes, Rudy Fernndez, Miguel ngel Moya, Antonio Lobato, Santi Cazorla, Pelayo Daz, Anabel Hernndez, Hamza Zaidi, Rubn Garca, Aarn guez, Jony guez, Augusto Fernndez, Sara Escudero, Jaume Masa, Adriana Pozueco, Alex Chiner and Csar Azpilicueta.
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