King's Lynn Town secure five figure sponsorship deal
King's Lynn Town have agreed a five figure shirt sponsorship deal with Brittons Estate Agents for the new non league season. The Linnets begin their new era this weekend when they travel to neighbours Long Sutton Athletic for their opening friendly fixture of the summer.
King's Lynn Town have agreed a five figure shirt sponsorship deal with Brittons Estate Agents for the new non league season.
The Linnets begin their new era this weekend when they travel to neighbours Long Sutton Athletic for their opening friendly fixture of the summer.
Club chief executive Keith Chapman is delighted to land the exclusive one year tie up and revealed they are also in talks with a potential second tier sponsor ahead of the new club strip going on sale later this month.
“We had quite a few parties interested in becoming the top tier sponsor but when I met up with the Brittons I instantly knew this was the right thing for both parties,” he said. “Everything they have done with their business and how they have built it up is a very similar story to my own and I believe that they will be part of this club for a very long time'.
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'This is a fantastic opportunity to work alongside the club for the benefit of our clients, the work that has been done at the club is immense and the new private suites will be a great place to entertain our current customers and network with new ones.”
Brittons managing director Kathy Britton said: “We feel extremely proud to be part of such an exciting new era, it's the first time in our 20 year history that we have sponsored any local sporting team, but our business has grown steadily to become the number one estate and letting agent in King's Lynn and we feel that this commitment to the club and the community will help us cement that position.”
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