Soanes Poultry sponsors East Riding Premier League football club
Three60 marketing and pr has sponsored grass roots football teams at Shiptonthorpe Utd for several years and appreciates the value to the community of such support. For client Soanes Poultry, their sponsorship of village side Middleton Rovers FC is their first experience of this type of marketing support. Read their story..
Good luck to East Riding County Premier League side, Middleton Rovers FC as they begin their league season this Saturday with a match against Hull team, Harchester United FC.
We’re very excited to be sponsoring Middleton Rovers FC with training and playing kit for the next two seasons.
Middleton Rovers FC is an established, open age men’s football team that attracts players from Driffield, Hull, Swanland and Brough. The team’s successes include winning the HE Dean Cup in the 2019/20 season.
Football Club Manager, Ian Abbott is grateful for our support: “We are very much focused on representing our local community in the best possible manner, whilst also providing local players with the opportunity to continue playing 11-a-side football in a competitive setting.
“This sponsorship has enabled us to buy a new kit and a new tracksuit for all our players. There is a real buzz around the club now and we’ve had some great pre-season friendlies. We’ve brought in a few new faces and we’re hoping to return pay Soanes’ support with a successful season.”
Our Head of Sales and Marketing, Ben Lee said: “As one of the area’s biggest employers, we like to support community initiatives where we can, so we’re very pleased to support the guys at Middleton Rovers FC.
“It’s a very exciting time for us as we invest in new ways of promoting the benefits of locally grown chicken bought from local shops and we’re delighted that the team will help us to spread the word by having our logo on their playing and training kit.
“We wish them all the best for the new season and look forward to seeing them in action.”
Thanks very much to Michael Hopps and Driffield and Wolds Weekly for permission to use this photo.