Dynamos FC have entered into a partnership agreement with Champions Insurance in a move that seeks to introduce a Dynamos Supporters Membership Insurance Scheme.

The Scheme is structured such that both the Club and the insurance company will stand to benefit during the association.

According to details released by the club, the partnership will see the introduction of 3 key products, namely;
Personal Accident and Hospitalization Cover, Legal Aid Insurance Cover and Motor Vehicle Insurance Cover.

The Supporters initiative partnership deal contract was signed last week, with the National Executive for Dynamos Supporters subsequently gathering last weekend to finalise the products before the official launch which will be held tommorow on Friday the 15th of September 2017 in Harare.

The Partnership shall promote the registration of Dynamos supporters under a membership insurance scheme which shall also benefit the club through monthly commission remittances which will be paid directly to the club.

From as little as $2.00 per month, supporters stand to benefit: $1.000 as death benefit, $500 Medical aid cover and $20 per day spent in Hospital under the Personal Accident and hospitalization Insurance Scheme.

The Motor Vehicle Insurance Scheme will see Dynamos FC supporters who will insure their vehicles under comprehensive and third party insurance cover. The scheme enables the supporters to provide indirect financial support to the club, as 10% of every vehicle insured is paid to the club as commission fees. Meanwhile, supporters enjoy the full benefits of the chosen insurance cover.

With the Insurance Cover, civil, criminal and labour matters will be covered for as little as $3.00 per month. The Club will benefit another 10% of the premiums paid as monthly commission.

After the launch, the National Executive of Dynamos FC Supporters shall identify 60 ambassadors who shall be trained by champions and start selling the insurance policies during Dynamos matches and also in towns and Cities to Dynamos FC Supporters and Corporates willing to assist the Club.

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