HARRISON, N.J. – The Red Bulls and Audi Friday announced a multi-year partnership extension.

In addition to Audi continuing to be the official luxury vehicle of the Red Bulls, it also will retain naming rights of the Audi Club, a hospitality experience at Red Bull Arena.

The partnership will extend into the community with the “Goals for Growth” program; Audi and the Red Bulls will donate four trees to a local community for every goal the team scores during this season. To celebrate Earth Day, volunteers from Audi and the Red Bulls front office planted trees in partnership with Jersey Cares at Branch Brook Park in Newark, N.J.

“We are excited to continue the partnership with the New York Red Bulls and our ‘Goals for Growth’ initiative, helping increase greener spaces in our local communities,” regional marketing manager at Audi of America Jennifer Kircher said in a statement.

Audi also will be the presenting partner for Fireworks Night at RBA on July 30 and will have a vehicle displayed outside the stadium on all match days.

“We are pleased to extend our partnership with Audi,” Red Bulls chief marketing and revenue officer Joe Stetson said in a statement. “Our aligned goals and consideration for the environment make it a partnership truly based on our mutual support of the community.”

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