The event was attended by the president Luis García accompanied by part of the TAU Castelló board of directors and also the players Calvin Hermanson and Oscar Alvarado, who were received by Mª José Aznar and Agustín Rallo, managers of AZNAR INNOVA who made a guided tour of all the facilities to the tile expedition.

AZNAR INNOVA SL textile company created in 2004, is located in Castellón from where the entire process of design, production, logistics and marketing of emblematic brands such as Disney, Santoro, Smiley, Lois, Antonio Miro and Mr wonderful is controlled, distributing to more than 30 countries with homewear, swimwear and underwear products.

Mª José Aznar and Agustín Rallo, managers of Aznar INNOVA, told us the reason for the collaboration and what is the first product they have designed, “currently, looking for new challenges and projects, we have reached a collaboration agreement with the Castellón basketball team TAU Castelló to offer them our help. We start with some nice personalized towels that we hope will help the first team to achieve many triumphs. In this way, from AZNAR INNOVA with our textile products we get a little closer to the world of sport and give visibility and support to local teams in the province of Castellón. We appreciate the interest and trust offered by TAU Castelló to be able to contribute our grain of sand for this coming season. We love having new collaborators who add value to our products and we are sure that it will be a very productive collaboration. From AZNAR INNOVA #FemTAU”.

Luis García, president of the TAU Castelló, expressed his satisfaction with the agreement, “it is a source of pride that important companies from the Castellón industrial sector continue to join, and without a doubt AZNAR INNOVA is one of them. That they want to join our project makes us proud and at the same time gives us a responsibility that we assume with satisfaction. We have started with the design and production of a towel, but surely more items will come out that help us give the club visibility and, of course, income from the sale of this textile merchandising”.