Cosentino Australia and ambassador Rafael Nadal teamed up for an exclusive event at Crown Melbourne to celebrate the upcoming opening of the Cosentino sponsored Rafa Nadal Academy by Movistar.
January 22nd, 2016
The Rafa Nadal Academy is set to be an educational sports project, dedicated to shaping positive values while promoting tennis among children. The Cosentino team has worked alongside the internationally acclaimed tennis star to build the Academy in their joint home country of Spain. Dekton by Cosentino will be gracing the spaces of the Rafa Nadal Academy’s facades, flooring and cladding, and Silestone will be featured across the kitchen spaces and bathrooms of the complex.
“The Australian Open is one of my favourite tournaments and it’s great to welcome this year to Melbourne my partners at Cosentino to celebrate the upcoming opening of the Academy as well as their ongoing success in Australia and internationally,” said Nadal ‘It’s always important to keep improving your game and my fellow Spaniards at Cosentino continue to work hard to achieve excellence. I’ve workedhard to arrive at this year’s Open in good condition and I’m looking forward to having the Cosentino team cheer me at the tournament!”
Gary Isherwood, Area Director for Cosentino Australia said, “We are excited to be starting 2016 with Rafael Nadal, celebrating his ongoing success as well as Cosentino’s achievements. Last year was another great year for Cosentino and our clients, and we plan for this year to be bigger and better! We’re really looking forward to the opening of the Rafa Nadal Academy by Movistar, and we are privilegedto play a part in helping Rafael bring this dream to life.”
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