Law firm show continued support for Tractor Girls
Local law firm Ashtons Legal have increased their support of Town Women by becoming the first-team’s new Manager Matchwear sponsor.
Ashtons Legal logos will feature on the matchwear of Town manager Joe Sheehan and assistant manager Charlie Baxter throughout the 2021/22 season. This is the latest development of the partnership between ITFC Women and Ashtons Legal, who have sponsored home games and who are also player sponsor of Blues and England defender Paige Peake.
Stefan Mitham, Head of Business Development and Marketing at Ashtons Legal, said: “At Ashtons Legal, our commitment to the community doesn’t stop when we leave the office at the end of each day. We believe it is important to contribute to life beyond work - we live here, we play here and it is where we have chosen to raise our families.
"We have a number of staff whose sons and daughters play football at grassroots and professional level and we take great pleasure in sponsoring some of their teams as they progress in the sport. ITFC Women are doing phenomenally well and we are so proud to be able to support them and forge a long relationship with the team and club.”
Joe Sheehan added: “Ashtons Legal have sponsored us in various ways in recent seasons and we thank them for their loyal support. This latest sponsorship is further proof of their valuable commitment to their partnership with ITFC Women. Charlie and I are proud to wear their logo on our matchwear this season.”
The company logos featured for the first time on Sunday, as Town made it two league wins in a row with a 5-2 away victory at Keynsham Town, and will be on show in a home game for the first time this evening as Gillingham are the visitors to the Goldstar Ground in Felixstowe (ticket details here).
To enquire about sponsorship opportunities with ITFC Women and the ITFC Academy, please contact the sales department on 01473 400510 or email@example.com. To find out more about Ashtons Legal, visit their website or follow them on Twitter.
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