Shred Station, Contract Personnel and Page Bros to work with City across the 2016-17 season
NORWICH City are delighted to confirm partnership deals with the three companies detailed below ahead of the 2016-17 campaign.
A long-standing supporter to Norwich City Football Club, the waste management company will continue to operate as a partner of the Canaries for the 2016-17 season.
Simon Franklin, Managing Director of Shred Station, commented: "We've been supporting the club commercially for many years now, and have found not only have supporters taken to the Shred Station name really well, other businesses linked with the club have too.
"Through the partnership, not only have we won the club's waste management contract, but we've been fortunate enough to win the contracts of other businesses affiliated to the club. As a Norwich City fan, it's fantastic to have a relationship with the club but, for my business, it's made a big contribution."
As big supporters of Norwich City, Contract Personnel join the club’s Official Partnership Portfolio for the first time this season.
Already long-standing suppliers of temporary matchday staff, Contract Personnel will now be assisting the club and their many partners in the recruitment of permanent employees.
Sarah Edwards, Director of Contract Personnel said: "We are delighted to be entering into our first year of partnership with Norwich City Football Club.
"As long-standing supporters of the club, we have always recognised the opportunities that are available as being truly beneficial to our business. Contract Personnel have been supplying Norwich City Football Club with temporary matchday staff for many seasons, and hope to now make an equally as important contribution to their commercial team.
"We also look forward to working with the many other businesses and supporters affiliated with the club to meet their recruitment needs."
Long-established local printers, Page Bros, proudly join Norwich City Football Club’s Official Partnership Portolio for the 2016-17 season.
Page Bros, who are currently undergoing an exciting new rebrand, will be fulfilling the club’s tremendous requirement for printed materials.
Craig Eastaugh, Managing Director of Page Bros, said: "We are delighted to be the official print partner to Norwich City Football Club for the 2016-17 season.
"This exciting opportunity comes as we launch our new corporate identity, building on our reputation as a leading name in print and related services. We wish the club every success for the coming season and look forward to a long and successful partnership."
Norwich City Football Club’s Head of Business Development, Ben Tunnell, added: "It is imperative that we continue to work with local businesses.
"Their support ensures we can continue to operate at the highest of levels, both on and off the pitch. We thank all of the new suppliers joining us this season for their fantastic support."