The Santos Tour Down Under to be Bigger and Better in 2020
The Santos Tour Down Under 2020 promises to be bigger and better than ever before.
From 16 – 26 January, over 800,000 spectators and as many as 50,000 visitors will turn their attention to South Australia for the first stop in the UCI WorldTour (which also boasts the Tour de France). The course covers a gruelling 921.2km across South Australia’s diverse and beautiful terrain.
It’s not just a world-class international event, but an 11-day festival celebrating all things cycling and the state of South Australia.
Natural gas company, Santos, announced their continuation of support at the 2019 Tour Down Under. At the time, Managing Director and CEO Kevin Gallagher said, “Santos is South Australia’s biggest company, providing more than 3500 jobs across the country. Just like our company, the Santos Tour Down Under delivers for the economy, last year generating $63.7 million in economic impact for South Australia.”
“The Santos Tour Down Under has great alignment with our community investment objectives – to support healthy living, regional communities and the environment.”
It’s another way that natural gas companies are giving back to the communities in which they operate in.
For more information on the Santos Tour Down Under see tourdownunder.com.auExplore
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