The Peninsula Hotels partners with Hong Kong LPGA golfer Tiffany Chan

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The Peninsula Hotels is delighted to announce a partnership with Hong Kong LPGA golfer Tiffany Chanfor 2018, in a sponsorship deal which involves the athlete becoming an ambassador for The Peninsula brand when she travels around the world.

“With over 150 years of history in Hong Kong, The Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels and The Peninsula Hotels are very proud of what Tiffany has achieved as a Hong Kong home-grown sporting talent,” said Mr Clement Kwok, CEO of The Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels, Limited. “It is a remarkable achievement for Tiffany to have qualified to play on the LPGA Tour, the highest-level ladies golfing tour in the world, as well as having represented Hong Kong in the Olympics and won the Hong Kong Ladies Open. Tiffany is not only an exceptional golfer but her sincere personality and strong work ethic embody the spirit of Hong Kong people. I am delighted that our partnership with Tiffany will include being one of her sponsors and providing support for her while she is on Tour, and we warmly welcome Tiffany as an ambassador for The Peninsula Hotels.”

Tiffany Chan commented: “Having grown up in Hong Kong and enjoyed visiting The Peninsula Hong Kong since I was a child, I have admired the brand and am delighted to partner with a luxury hotel group. I look forward to working with The Peninsula Hotels as an ambassador.

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