Heineken deepens partnership with Ikoyi Club 1938, launches bespoke bars for main house and golf section

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Heineken bars combine many attributes from the beautiful and exclusive terrace which is now associated with the oldest members-only club in Nigeria; apply them to ensure that all members are entitled to high moments of camaraderie.

“Today is a proud moment for our company as it sees the most prestigious beer brand, Heineken, strengthen its partnership with Nigeria’s most prestigious members club,” said Hans Essaadi, Managing Director/CEO, Nigerian Breweries PLC.

Our partnership with the Ikoyi Club 1938 dates back a long time. My predecessors and countless others have passed through the doors of the club, therefore, we are delighted at the opportunity to connect with thousands of Nigerians – who can now experience the welcoming and global nature of the brand during their activities. of choice. We look forward to a continued partnership built on the large-scale success of both institutions,” said Essaadi.

Heineken’s choice of a premium partnership with Club Ikoyi reiterates its world-class quality and taste for excellence. For the Club, this historic event marks a renewed commitment to providing members with best-in-class social experiences.

Speaking on the partnership, Ademola Lawal Mumuney, Chairman of Ikoyi Club 1938, affirmed that “Ikoyi Club 1938 is pleased with the continued commitment of Nigerian breweries and in particular Heineken to elevate the experiences of club members. This partnership dates back to the earliest iterations of the Nigeria Golf Cup, so it’s only fitting that today we officially open the Heineken Bar in the golf section of the club. This, coupled with the Heineken bars in the main house, ensures an enhanced experience for our members.

Other key personalities present at the ceremony include Chef Kolawole Jamodu, Chairman of Nigerian Breweries PLC; Yanju Scott, administrator, Ikoyi Club 1938; Sade Morgan, General Affairs Manager, Nigerian Breweries PLC; Emmanuel Oriakhi, Marketing Director, Nigerian Breweries PLC; Martin Kochl, Supply Chain Manager, Nigerian Breweries PLC; Ben Wessels Boer, Chief Financial Officer, Nigerian Breweries PLC; Adewunmi Akintola, Vice President, Ikoyi Club 1938; Abiodun Akinjayeju, Honorable Treasurer, Ikoyi Club 1938; Funso Ayeni, Trade Marketing Manager, Nigerian Breweries PLC; Oluwagbemiga Sowemimo, Bar Adviser, Ikoyi Club 1938, among a host of other prominent participants.

Heineken has a long history of pushing the boundaries of consumer satisfaction by engaging its consumers through responsible and socially stimulating experiences and its newly opened bars at Ikoyi Club 1938 are bound to give all visitors a compelling experience.

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