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Bridgestone Overview for PyeongChang 2018

PyeongChang 2018 marks another exciting series of first for Bridgestone as the company’s first Olympic Winter Games and first truly global Olympic Games, with activations extending into new countries and more key markets around the world. They are also the first Olympic Winter Games for South Korea, a country where Bridgestone has proudly operated since 2001. 

By The Numbers - Bridgestone and the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018

A Worldwide Olympic Partner of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) since 2014, Bridgestone is proud to provide its leading products, services and expertise in support of the Olympic Movement and the world’s greatest athletes through 2024. As the Road to PyeongChang 2018 continues, here’s a look at some of the key numbers, dates and milestones for Bridgestone and its first Olympic Winter Games. 

Bridgestone Worldwide Olympic Partnership Timeline

Through support of the Olympic Movement, Bridgestone is proudly extending its rich sporting heritage and furthering its legacy of community service, environmental stewardship and social responsibility in communities around the world. A timeline of the company’s Worldwide Olympic Partnership follows. 


Bridgestone Product and Services at the Olympic Games

In addition to serving as the Official Tire of the Olympic Games, Bridgestone is proud to contribute a variety of products, services and expertise to support the Olympic Movement and the staging of the Olympic Games.