Gloucester City Football Club are delighted to announce that Prospect Training Services have extended their main shirt sponsorship for the coming season, and added to it, importantly, through increased financial commitment.\r\n\r\nAlongside their sporting arm, Education Through Sport, the Gloucester-based company will take up secondary shirt sponsorship too.\r\n\r\nThis will encompass branding rights for the well-known local charity ‘Pied Piper Appeal’, with the organisation’s logo and name emblazoned on the shorts of the Tigers players for the 2013/14 campaign.\r\n\r\nIt is believed that the financial deal with Prospect will secure the club’s cash-flow stability for at least the first five months of the season.\r\n\r\nFollowing finalising the partnership, Louise Pinnell from Prospect Training Services commented: “We have a great belief in the club and have supported it over the past few years.\r\n\r\n“We feel it also appropriate that with Pied Piper being our adopted charity we could help their profile with a sporting body aligned to the City of Gloucester, so I am pleased we can broaden their name to be seen at matches all over the country.”\r\n
Gloucester City Chairman Nigel Hughes is delighted that Prospect Training Services have extended their deal for the 2013/14 season, and with the addition of ‘Pied Piper’ believes it will encourage others to join up with the Tigers.
\r\n“This extension to the previous deal with Prospect Training is a shot in the arm at this time,” Hughes said.\r\n\r\n“Linking the club as well to Pied Piper, who do so much sterling work; can only encourage others to join up with us.\r\n\r\n\r\n
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