Loveland, CO—November 1, 2012— Colorado Time Systems (CTS) a PlayCore company and US based aquatics timing, scoring, and display company, announces today their exclusive multi-year sponsorship agreement with the Brazilian Swimming Federation (CBDA). The partnership between CBDA and CTS solidifies the informal arrangement CTS has had with CBDA throughout many years, and runs through 2016. Colorado Time Systems will provide technical training and assistance for the Federation throughout its 27 states.
“The Brazilian Federation has had a relationship with Colorado Time Systems for many years, during which time we have always used their products,” says Dr. Coaracy Nunes Filho, President of the Brazilian Swimming Federation. “In addition, all of the National Federations, which comprise 27 states, and the Federal District have working Colorado systems. It’s just logical that we formalize our partnership and solidify our cooperation and technical assistance to extend our mutual bond.”
“Brazil has a strong presence in competitive aquatics, and we are pleased to solidify our partnership with the Federation,” says Dr. Anita Sayed, General Manager of Colorado Time Systems.
About Colorado Time Systems (CTS): Headquartered in Loveland, Colorado, USA. Colorado Time Systems has established a reputation for precision and innovation in swim timing equipment. Since 1972, premier aquatic facilities have chosen Colorado Time Systems for platinum quality timing, scoring and display systems.
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About the Brazilian Swimming Federation (CBDA): Founded in 1955, CBDA is the National Governing Body for the Olympic sports of swimming, diving, water polo, synchronized swimming, and open water swimming within its 27 states. The Federation supports over 2,000 swimming clubs across the country.