Post by Communications Team on Jun 27, 2019 14:05:43 GMT
With an ever growing number of players now confirmed for next season's squad we have opened the books for player sponsorship, with the aim to get all of the guys a sponsor before the pre-season starts. (Click here to see availability)
That's where you, dear supporters, come in.
Please think of any companies or individuals who would benefit from the exposure Birmingham Moseley can offer them through player sponsorship. Not just in the programme on match-days but through the club newsletter (1,500 subscribers), Twitter (over 6,000 followers), Facebook (4,500 followers), Instagram (1,200 followers), the club newsletter (1,500 subscribers) and on the club website which received thousands of hits per week.
As you can see our reach to give companies exposure to potential customers is far wider than just Billesley Common.
If you know someone who would be interested in talking to us please ask them to get in touch with Lara Hunter (0121 443 3247 or via firstname.lastname@example.org ) as soon as possible.
Post by Communications Team on Jun 27, 2019 14:13:17 GMT
And news of our first new player sponsor for the season:
Birmingham Moseley Rugby are delighted to welcome on board new player sponsor, SW&A Accountants Ltd, who have today taken on the sponsorship of Jonny Arr. We welcome Neil Sysum and his colleagues and thank them for their support!
Neil Sysum, Managing Director, stated "Jonny Arr is a quality player who the team at SW&A have know personally as being a true gentleman and exceptional individual as well as a professional player with true grit and determination... We wish him the best on his new venture with such a historic Club as Birmingham Moseley and we can't wait to see him get started. Therefore, Sponsorship of him was not a difficult choice for us."
For more information on SW&A Accountants and their sponsorship of Jonny Click Here
I think we have to congratulate the Marketing Team for securing not only regular sponsors but also welcoming new sponsors aboard. A really difficult job in Brum with all the other money spinning attractions. Well done all