, 2011:/PRNewswire/ -- In a press conference this morning, the new publicity spot of Casillero del Diablo starring Manchester United players
was presented. This publicity spot launching is one of the events planned for the anniversary celebrations of the strategic partnership between Concha y Toro winery and the British football club, including the visit to
of four MU Legends: Sir
"Our alliance with Manchester United has been much more than a sponsorship. It is a long-term partnership with mutual benefits between two global brands, both admired worldwide. Our evaluation of this partnership is highly favorable, first of all due to its global scope: Our advertising has reached a potential audience of 1.15 billion television viewers and we have held brand activations directed to our clients using the club's image. In addition, we have been able to invite to the famous "Theater of Dreams" stadium more than 500 of our major clients who have enjoyed great games and Manchester United triumphs. Certainly the most exciting aspect of all is this stunning publicity spot, starring players with no need of introduction and which will undoubtedly be a great boost to our Casillero del Diablo wine", stated Concha y
The spot was filmed in the club's Old Trafford Stadium in
, and it combines the Casillero del Diablo Legend with the legendary status of each of these Manchester United players. It is a unique spot for the wine industry in terms of quality and the use of globally known figures. The spot will be transmitted throughout the world on cable TV (CNN, TNT, Discovery Channel, Warner and Fox, among others).
Activities in Chile
During their stay in
, former players also had the opportunity to inaugurate the Manchester United Museum temporary exhibition. Visitors to the show will see the Cup, shirts of emblematic players such as
Ruud Van Nistelrooy
, gloves of ex goalkeeper
Edwin van der Sar
For tomorrow a visit to the winery's installations in Pirque has been planned, including the mythical Casillero del Diablo and an encounter with employees' children.