Australia’s Olympic and Paralympic teams are set for an even sweeter games this year, with Cadbury signing on as partner for Tokyo 2020.
It will be the third time Cadbury has been the official chocolate partner for the Olympics team and the second for the Paralympics team.
The chocolate brand will ramp up celebrations from April ahead of the start of the Olympic Games on July 24 and the Paralympics on August 25.
Marketing director of Cadbury Paul Chatfield said he was “thrilled” to be supporting our passionate athletes as they prepare for the games.
And the Australian Olympic Committee CEO Matt Carroll said the partnership offered great support to athletes as they fulfilled their Olympic dreams, something Paralympics Australia chief executive Lynne Anderson agreed with.
“Paralympics Australia is so pleased to welcome Cadbury into the Australian Paralympic family for its second consecutive Summer Games cycle. Cadbury contributed greatly to our Team in the lead up to Rio, and was no doubt part of our success on the world stage. We’re looking forward to having them by our side as we strive to achieve even greater things in Tokyo,” she said.
The final Australian Olympic and Paralympic teams are yet to be announced.