David Silva Signs for Anfi
31/10/2012 - David Silva, the Manchester City player, signs up to be the face of Anfi for the upcoming year.
The Anfi Group is delighted to team up with “local hero”.
The Anfi Group has joined forces with David Silva, the twenty-six -year old mid fielder, who was born just a stone’s throw away from Anfi in Arguineguin village just one year before construction began on the iconic luxury resort.
The Anfi Group CEO, Jose Trujillo, said, “What better ambassador than David Silva to represent Anfi to the world. He’s a local hero whose own personal success and development have paralleled that of Anfi. He has seen how Anfi has grown over the years and has experienced first hand the luxury of the resort”
Silva, along with his fellow neighbours witnessed the evolution of the Anfi resorts- from the excavation of the first rocks from the mountainside a quarter of a century ago to the award winning resorts that Anfi are today.
As a child David enjoyed his first kick around with his friends on Anfi Beach and over the years many of his family members and neighbours have been employed in Anfi.
“I am really happy to lend my support to promote Anfi, such an important company for Gran Canaria and which has such firms roots in my town”, said Silva who will feature in a publicity campaign in the coming months in various European countries.
He continued, “I’m proud to be from Gran Canaria and to promote my island and Anfi throughout all of Europe”.
The publicity campaign will feature Silva’s image around the UK as well as other main European cities with the aim of encouraging people to visit Gran Canaria and increase Anfi’s brand recognition throughout its most important European markets.
Located in the south west coast of Gran Canaria, the Anfi Group is one of the world’s leading Vacation Membership companies, providing luxury accommodation and real estate properties that set the highest standards of quality for lifelong enjoyment. Anfi del Mar consists of 869 apartments and on completion Anfi Tauro will have a projected 7,500 beds.