Thirteen year-old Breda and twelve year-old Nakano were given this once in a lifetime opportunity by Land Rover as part of their Rugby World Cup 2015 mascot programme. As Worldwide Partner of the Tournament, Land Rover is championing Rugby’s grassroots and highlighting their commitment to all levels of the Game as part of the #WeDealInReal campaign.
With a rich heritage in supporting rugby from grassroots competitions to elite tournaments and teams, Jaguar Land Rover Global Brand Experience Director Mark Cameron commented: “Land Rover is delighted to be giving these youngsters the opportunity of a lifetime to become mascots at Rugby World Cup 2015, as part of our We Deal In Real campaign. Having been selected from each of the competing nations along with a number of home nation winners, we believe this will showcase the grassroots players who represent the true spirit of the game around the world.”
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