Garmisch-Partenkirchen (ots) - On the occasion of the FIS Alpine
World Ski Championships in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, the three skiing
stars Didier Cuche (Switzerland), Aksel Lund Svindal (Norway) and
Bode Miller (USA) met this evening over fondue at the Swiss Ski
House. Didier Cuche took the opportunity to reveal his secret weapon
for the upcoming Championship downhill event. He was supported by
Swiss milk producer Emmi for the evening.
As Swiss star Didier Cuche was surveying the downhill course
before skiing his way into an amazing second-place finish in
mid-January, local slope workers invited him to enjoy a cheese
fondue. It is surely no coincidence that everything seems to be going
his way ever since, racking up one World Cup win after the next. In
the interest of good sportsmanship, then, Didier Cuche revealed the
secret behind his success this evening in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. At
a fondue evening at the Swiss Ski House, he gave his competitors
Aksel Lund Svindal and Bode Miller a chance to fortify themselves for
the upcoming races with a fondue from Emmi, a sponsor of the FIS and
the Swiss Ski House.
Facts & figures on the Swiss Ski sponsorship
Emmi is an official sponsor of the Swiss Ski House at the Ski
Championships in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Emmi aims to use the event
as an opportunity not only to impress Swiss fans with its products,
but to further increase brand awareness in Germany. Raclette, fondue
and various fresh products will be offered at the event.
Images are available at www.photopress.ch .
ots Originaltext: Emmi Schweiz AG
Head of Corporate Communications & Investor Relations