08 February 2016

Dan Carter kicks off MasterCard's Rugby World Cup partnership

17 April 2014  |  1696 views  |  0 Source: MasterCard

New Zealand rugby hero Dan Carter, kicked off MasterCard's Worldwide Partnership with Rugby World Cup 2015 in central London today. To celebrate the partnership the world's leading points scorer and MasterCard ambassador fine-tuned his kicking on the River Thames by kicking at London's biggest set of rugby posts, Tower Bridge.

MasterCard will be the Preferred Card and Official Payment System of the highly anticipated Tournament, which takes place in England and Wales between September 18th and October 31st. The announcement continues a highly successful partnership between MasterCard and Rugby World Cup Limited, which began ahead of Rugby World Cup 2011 in New Zealand.

Ann Cairns, President of International Markets of MasterCard Worldwide said: "We are delighted to be extending our partnership with Rugby World Cup, which takes place right here in England in 2015. Rugby World Cup is a truly priceless event for rugby fans around the world and we are looking forward to developing ways that we can bring this partnership to life for our cardholders and partners in 2015."

Dan Carter said: "Kicking from the middle of the River Thames was special but the ultimate priceless experience will be pulling on an All Blacks jersey at Rugby World Cup 2015. I'm really looking forward to working with MasterCard to give priceless experiences to fans for Rugby World Cup."

Brett Gosper, Rugby World Cup Managing Director said: "We are excited to be renewing our highly-successful partnership with MasterCard, a globally renowned brand, a world leader in the payments technology sector and a true supporter of Rugby worldwide." 

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