Kyocera Becomes First Company to Sponsor Stadium in Brazil

    Kyocera Mita America, one of the world’s leading document imaging companies, and Clube Atlético Paranaense today announced their agreement for Kyocera to sponsor Clube Atlético’s soccer team and to the naming rights of Atlético’s home stadium in Curitiba, state of Paraná, Brazil.

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