Fleet Alliance extend sponsorship of Partick Thistle FC

Fleet Alliance extend sponsorship of Partick Thistle FC

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Martin Brown

June 2019

Fleet Alliance are delighted to announce that we have extended our back of shirt sponsorship of Partick Thistle for the 2019/20 season.

For the third season in a row we will be donating our back of shirt advertising space on the home strips to Thistle’s charity partner, The Partick Thistle Charitable Trust, with our own logo featuring on the away shirts.

Since 2008, Fleet Alliance has raised more than £500,000 for various charities and will continue to support deserving causes in the West of Scotland, across the UK and overseas. As a company, Fleet Alliance continues to espouse core values of fairness, trust, engagement and respect, values that, according to Managing Director, Martin Brown, remain at the core of this partnership.

Martin said: “Since we first teamed up with Partick Thistle we have built up a really good partnership with the Club. It’s something we are really proud of. There continues to be a lot of excitement around the Club and we are already looking forward to the new season. I continue to be impressed by the ambition and focus that the Club shows and that was a big factor in us renewing our sponsorship for another season..

“The sponsorship is a great fit for us and the charity aspect of the deal is as big a part of that as the commercial side. We are delighted to be able to show our support for the Partick Thistle Charitable Trust and all the fantastic work they do within the local community. There are some really inspiring projects being worked on and we look forward to hopefully being part of them over the next year.

Partick Thistle Chief Executive, Gerry Britton, said: “We have enjoyed a really strong relationship with Martin and Fleet Alliance in recent years so it was fantastic to be able to welcome them back for another season. The continued support for our charity partner, through the structure of the sponsorship, says a great deal for how Fleet Alliance conducts business. It’s a wonderful gesture that will help the Trust to continue delivering on its fantastic projects.”


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