CENTURY 21, official partner of the Tour de France

For the Tour de France 2017, 

CENTURY 21 - new official partner 

This is the first time that Amaury Sport Organization (ASO) chose a real estate network to integrate the coveted spot of Official Partner of the Tour de France (first annual sporting event most followed in the world). 

As willingly emphasizes the Director of the Tour de France, Christian Prudhomme: " We find in the CENTURY 21 values that we hold dear : the same strength of commitment, almost emotional closeness with the population, the same enthusiasm to go forward and excel. "

A finding that willingly shares Laurent Vimont, president of Century 21 France: “We are proud and honoured to be the Official Partner of the Tour de France. This is an opportunity to cross alongside the sports teams of hundreds of villages housing wealth stunning for its richness and diversity, as we strive always to promote, preserve and make known. "

And to enter this partnership with great excitement, the network decided that the Tour de France 2017, there would not be only one winner on the evening of 23 July SINCE spectator will be happy to win a house offered by CENTURY 21.

The Century 21 network has implemented an entertainment program for clients who are fans of the sport to live and enjoy a front row seat of the Tour de France. They will be able to compete for rides in  in official cars as well as been taken around the course in one of the CENTURY 21 caravans, or be invited in stage towns of the Tour de France to access privileged areas on departure and arrival to know the effervescence that drive them.

"This is a great opportunity to thank our customers for their trust in us and to share with them great and beautiful emotions, like what we are already doing an otherwise during the collection of toys November or during the racks and parties in neighbouring we organize. When is real estate agent, deeply loves his region, people who live and heritage that characterizes it? The Tour de France is a wonderful event that combines it all. "Concludes Laurent Vimont.