AFC Leopards Branded Jackets

If you watch news or read the Daily Nation newspaper, or are a football fan, or you are on social networks like facebook and twitter, then you have heard of the launch of the ‘Toklezea na Jalee‘(!!!) promotion where Daily Nation has partnered with AFC Leopards and some other club to offer a limited edition of branded jackets to the fans.

Our Captain, Martin Imbalambala, on the right with some other (unimportant) people in their green jackets. Image from nation.co.ke

As a football fan, it’s always my passion to have branded merchandase. I do have a number of home and away replicas, some t-shirts and Ingwelets tops. I also have a neckpiece (that I’m always misplacing), a wristband (that people always take from me) and a badge reading “AFC Leopards 2012 KPL Champions”. So now I can’t wait to get a hold of this jacket:

The front of the jacket. Blue has always been a favorite colour of mine.

Now, this deal jacket is ‘exclusive’ meaning you should grab your opportunity to get the jacket now. Here is how:

For a period of three weeks starting from August 30th, the Nation newspaper will carry a discount coupon in the sports section of the Daily Nation, of which fans will collect 7, present them together with Kshs.3,500 cash in order to secure an exclusive jacket. The coupons and cash may be presented at key Nation offices countrywide.

And now, presenting the back of the jacket:

The back of the jacket

12% of proceeds from the sale of each jacket will go directly to our great football club. For fans of other football clubs like Sofapaka, Mathare United, Ulinzi Stars etc, they may have to wait for a while but their jackets are also on their way.

As for me, of course nimetoklezea! Pictures taken with my Galaxy S III to be posted later 🙂

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5 Responses to AFC Leopards Branded Jackets

  1. Good stuff…napneda

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  2. Nakhulo Khaimia says:

    lazima nitokelezee pia

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  3. DennisKioko says:

    12% to the clubs? Where does the whooping 88% go to?

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