BRIGHTON COURIERS EXTEND THEIR PARTNERSHIP WITH WHITEHAWK FC FOR THE NEXT TWO YEARS
Whitehawk Football Club are delighted to announce that last season’s (2019/20) official front of shirt sponsors Brighton Couriers, have extended their relationship with the club, becoming the Hawk’s Official Courier Partners as well as a substantial multi-sponsorship partnership that includes the Hawk’s first, and under 18 teams.
The two-year deal with the Isthmian League South east outfit includes the Brighton Couriers logo on the front of the home and away shirts of Hawk’s Under 18’s, the official Whitehawk FC first team tracksuit sponsors, and a package of sponsorship and advertising designed to increase awareness of one of the region’s fastest growing courier companies.
Based just outside the City in Hassocks, Brighton Couriers offer a superb import or export consignment service, including a full and comprehensive pallet service, in-depth experience of import/export administration, can also offer packaging and storage solutions, and deal with thousands of same-day, next-day and overnight deliveries across the UK and Europe.
Brighton Couriers Managing Director Ryan Birchall said: “It was an honour for Brighton Couriers to be on the front of The Hawk’s shirts last season, and we have been big supporters of the club for a number of years. I’ve been really impressed with the way the club have been building foundations and sending out such a positive Inclusive message, and we are delighted to commit to a long-term partnership. I look forward to working even closer with Whitehawk Football Club over the next two seasons!”
Hawk’s Head of Commercial & Marketing Kevin Miller said; “Firstly I would like to thank MD Ryan Birchall for sponsoring our shirts last term, and for being great sponsors of the club over the past few years. This new deal cements our partnership even further, and I am delighted that we are able to offer the official courier partner status, and work even closer with Ryan and his team once again.”
He added, “ I am very proud that, despite the current climate, our positive community message has been embraced by so many companies and brands – it proves that grassroots football is very much alive and determined to succeed, and will continue to be heartbeat of communities across the country.”