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DRAMMEN, Norway, March 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Strømsgodset, last year's silver medalist in the Norwegian Premier League - Tippeligaen, launched Friday 8th of March 2013 a brand new kit during the kick-off hosted by the club.
Strømsgodset is the local club for Drammen, Norway's 9th largest city, located 40 kilometeres south of the capitol of Norway, Oslo.
The club's supporters have been waiting in anticipation for the new kit for months, but on Friday, the wait was finally over. Together with the launch of the new shirt, the club's biggest sponsor, EB, a local electric power supplier, has decided to offer a unique opportunity for anyone with love for "Godset".
The shirt will cost NOK 700, - in stores, but the sponsor has chosen to give the new shirt to everyone that switches to electric power from EB from now until the start of the season. See more photos of the new Strømsgodset kit.
Peter Kovacs, last year's top scorer in Tippeligaen, hopes that as many people as possible will take advantage of the offer. He says: "Godset is reliant on our supports, and I applaud coloring the city blue by switching power to EB!"