Town Announce Shorts Sponsor
Tuesday, 29th May 2018 17:14
Town have agreed their first ever shorts sponsorship deal with local estate agent Nicholas Estates. The Blues will unveil their new adidas home and away kits later today, a new contract having been agreed with the kit manufacturer last week.
The five-figure shorts deal will run for the next three seasons with the Nicholas Estates name appearing on first-team and replica shorts.
“The club has worked closely with Nicholas Estates for over 10 years now,” Town’s director of sales, Rosie Richardson, told the club site.
“They have sourced properties for the players, managers and club staff who have bought or rented homes here in Suffolk and I am delighted that Nicholas Estates will now feature on the first-team and replica shorts.
“There are great synergies between both organisations with Nicholas Estates being customer-focused, as we are with our supporters.”
Nicholas Estates director Nick Golding added: “I am so pleased that we have been able to further establish our working relationship with Ipswich Town.
“Since starting the business we have assisted the club year in and year out with their temporary and permanent accommodation requirements.
“This goes back as far as Joe Royle and Shefki Kuqi, who where some of our first clients.
“Over the years we have been pleased to class many players and staff as our friends and that reputation we’ve gained is always a fantastic talking point when dealing with other supporters and the general public on a daily basis.
“As part of this sponsorship commitment we are pleased to announce a 15 per cent discount off our standard fees for all season ticket holders looking to sell and rent out their property.
“Here’s hoping for a fantastic World Cup this summer and a great season ahead for Ipswich Town.”
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