The Nottingham extends partnership with Tigers
We are delighted to announce that a new and extended three year partnership has just been signed with Leicester Tigers, which will benefit thousands of children and families in the Leicestershire region. The Nottingham will be known as the Official Building Society of Leicester Tigers.
The partnership will include sponsorship of Welford Road’s brand new West Stand, as well as the tag programme and Junior Tigers Club. The new stand will be called The Robin Hood Stand to represent The Nottingham’s brand.
As part of the ongoing relationship, Leicester Tigers and The Nottingham will drive the tag rugby programme which will deliver five weeks of tag rugby to over 2,000 Key Stage 2 pupils in 50 primary schools around our branch network including Leicester city centre, Wigston, Market Harborough, Rothley, Groby and Melton Mowbray.
The Nottingham will also continue to support the Junior Tigers Club, which has more than 45,000 members. The Junior Tigers Club also supports the annual Leicester Tigers in the Park event, which is held at Nelson Park, which is opposite Welford Road Stadium, before the first home game on September 10th.
David Marlow, Chief Executive, said: “The Nottingham is committed to investing in our communities and in particular supporting grassroots sports that give youngsters a chance to get involved.
“Extending our sponsorship to The Robin Hood Stand is a natural progression of our partnership with Leicester Tigers. It further demonstrates our desire to raise awareness of our unique all under one roof proposition that offers high quality financial and estate agency services and advice. We hope to welcome many Tigers fans as members over the coming years.”
Tigers Chief Executive, Simon Cohen, said: “We are delighted that The Nottingham has enjoyed such a strong relationship with the club already and has now chosen to extend that partnership for the new season. We look forward to working together and developing our links, especially in the continued growth of the Junior Tigers Club and our links with the community.”
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