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Preah Khan Reach ink one-year deal with SHB

Preah Khan Reach ink one-year deal with SHB

Preah Khan Reach yesterday signed a sponsorship deal with the Saigon Hanoi Commercial Joint Stock Bank (SHB) under which the reigning Hun Sen Cup champions will collect US$100,000 for a year’s worth of shirt branding.

SHB Phnom Penh branch director Pham Xuan Son, who signed the contract with PKR general secretary Ork Samnang, said the Vietnamese bank was interested in helping to develop football in Cambodia through sponsorship.

“This is just the first step. This deal is for one year, but if Preah Khan Reach continue their success, then we will consider extending it,” he said. 

To contact the reporter on this story: Ung Chamroeun at [email protected]

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