The store chain specialising in a new Sushi Bar concept signs up as a Benefactor Partner of the Athletic Club Foundation
Sushi Artist, a chain specialising in a new Sushi concept, has recently joined the Athletic Club Foundation as a Benefactor Partner. In this way, the company becomes part of our entity and joins, endorsing our commitment to a better society, the projects that the Foundation develops in the social, cultural, training, sports and environmental fields. The signing of the agreement held in San Mamés was attended by Jon Uriarte, president of Athletic Club, Juan Carlos Ercoreca and Jon Vázquez Eguskiza, president and CEO of the Athletic Club Foundation, and David Santín Ruíz, representing Sushi Artist.
Sushi Artist was founded in 2014 in Bilbao and is expanding throughout the state territory (Málaga, Madrid, Vitoria, Santander, Pamplona, San Sebastián and León). In addition to street-level establishments, it has premises and kiosks in shopping centres, kiosks inside hypermarkets (Leclerc and BM) and a ghost kitchen with several own brands. The group has diversified and created other brands such as: Circolo Pizza, Kome Noodle Bar, Mio Bar or Mio Basque Urban Food. It also has a sushi workshop in Bilbao from which it supplies sushi to 40 BM supermarkets, all under its own management, without entering into franchising operations.
Sushi Artist creates a new concept of Sushi Bar, offering the best quality sushi in an innovative, unique and close way.