The dea,l which will see the club known as the Wightlink Warriors for 2017, will continue to offer discounts for travelling fans for both home and away travel, joint marketing strategies to develop the club and stadium’s footfall further, corporate day travel support and more.
Clive Tilley, Business Development Director of Wightlink said:
“Wightlink Ferries are proud to be lead sponsor for the Wightlink Warriors. The team has got off to a great start and will go from strength to strength in 2017.
“We are also delighted that Smallbrook Stadium is well on the way to become a major Island venue. Wightlink will work with the team to attract and support more amazing events like the popular Jack Up the 80s.”
Wightlink Warriors Commercial Director, Barry Bishop said:
“This is fantastic news for the Warriors, The Andrew Younie Smallbrook Stadium and the Isle of Wight.
“I am massively proud to be able to announce that Wightlink Ferries will be the Warriors lead sponsor for 2017. The relationship will go beyond ferry travel and will develop into one which is incredibly important to the Warriors and Smallbrook stadium as both continue to develop and grow.
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“As a club, the Warriors did some amazing things in 2016 and we paved the way to Smallbrook becoming a big attraction on the Island, now with Wightlink on board with us, 2017 will be incredible. Martin and I are very appreciative to Wightlink and we look forward to working with them and growing tourism on the Island.
“It gives me great pleasure to welcome Wightlink to the Wightlink Warriors Sponsorship Team.”