Title sponsorship renewed…
By Luke Thompson - 12/06/2018
Posted 2 years ago
Vanarama, the award-winning commercial and personal vehicle-leasing company, has renewed its title sponsorship of The National League.
Vanarama originally signed to be the title sponsor back in 2014 and has now further extended its commitment to the competition and non-league football. Live games and highlights will be aired on BT Sport with video clips available online, on mobile and across social media.
June 11th 2018 – Vanarama, one of the UK’s fastest-growing companies, has today announced it has renewed its title sponsorship of The National League.
This announcement comes after four successful years as title sponsor that began in 2014. Vanarama will continue to take the naming rights for the next three years across all National League divisions.
The Vanarama National League will receive great exposure with BT Sport continuing its excellent broadcasting of live matches and highlights for the next three years. Fans can also view video clips of all matches online, on mobile and across social media on the National League’s portals. By extending their winning partnership, Vanarama and The National League will continue to innovate and grow the competition – it also signifies Vanarama’s continued desire to be at the heart and soul of football.
Andy Alderson, CEO at Vanarama said:
“Since we decided to take title sponsorship of The National League back in 2014 we’ve seen growth as a company, but also growth in the popularity of non-league football. These leagues are formed of real, honest clubs with real honest fans and that resonates with us here at Vanarama and the services we offer.”
Brian Barwick, Chairman, The National League added:
“We’re immensely proud and delighted to announce a further renewal of our title sponsorship with Vanarama. The last four years have proven to be transformational for both the National League and Vanarama, and we look forward to continuing our unique and highly rewarding partnership.”
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