Champion invades French market

HARARE - Reigning Mr Zimbabwe, Champion Chienderamwano, on Monday left for Marseille in France via Mauritius and Morocco on a Nutritech brand awareness and marketing campaign.

The Botswana-based Zimbabwean athlete who is also the current holder of Musclemania Zimbabwe, was joined by two directors from South Africa as well as a nutritionist.

The three are currently in Mauritius and will also visit Morocco enroute to France. They are expected to be in France for two weeks, visiting the gyms and marketing their brand in various cities and towns.

Chienderamwano signed a two-year contract with Nutritech, a privately owned South African company that saw the bodybuilder getting R5000 ($500) worth of supplements and R3000 ($300) spending money every month.

“As a Nutritech sponsored athlete I will be advertising their products in France while I also try to apply for a working permit as I endeavour to get a job in fitness clubs there,” said Chienderamwano.

“I was offered this opportunity after winning back to back contests in Zimbabwe last year. Our first port of call will be in Marseille were we will be advertising the brand in many gyms there. Personally the products have really worked well for me. I never experienced any side effects like what happens with the other brands that I used before and I must admit that there has been a great change on my body mass and weight too.”

He said 2013 was his year of success and is grateful that the New Year has begun on a high note for him.

“2013 was a great year starting with my first competition at Iron Man where I was placed second in Kadoma and knew that was the beginning of great things to come,” he said.

“I went back to the drawing board and came back stronger at the Musclemania where I won the championship. I was extremely happy because I also landed the Nutritech contract through this victory.”

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