Mr. Kiyoaki Nishihara, vice president and CEO of Molten Sport International, visited with Mr. Cristobal Marte Hoffiz, president of NORCECA, at his offices in FIVB to discuss further commitments between the two organizations.
Among the items discussed at the meeting were the future sponsorship and the support of Molten to NORCECA for the next four years, the support of the sport manufacturer to the school volleyball program of the confederation and the supply of sporting goods to NORCECA for the same period.
“It was a very interesting exchange of ideas with Mr. Nishihara about our working agreement,” Marte Hoffiz said. “During our now long association we have developed an excellent relationship and both parties agree on the mutual benefits attained.”
“We feel very optimistic about the future of volleyball and beach volleyball in our continent and the support of a prestigious company as Molten is essential in our expanding process,” Marte Hoffiz added.
Founded in 1958, Molten is the world’s largest ball and sport equipment manufacturer based in Hiroshima, Japan.
Molten USA was established in 1983 in the United States and was originally located in Southern California. The company moved to Nevada in 1988 and continues to call the Reno-Sparks area its home.
The Molten volleyballs are the official ball of all NORCECA competitions, including the Women’s and Men’s Pan American Cups.
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