By Steve Sharman:
Nantwich Town Football Club can confirm that Crewe based company Kindertons have become the new shirt sponsor for the next three seasons.
Dabbers’ Operations Director Jon Gold confirmed at last week’s awards night that the accident management business have taken over from County Insurance and will sponsor both home and away shirts from the first team down to the youth section.
Kindertons are a leading provider of accident aftercare and mobility solutions, and their main goal has always been to limit the stress that you experience following an accident and minimise the inconvenience that you suffer.
Commercial Director Tim Crighton said: “Everyone at Nantwich Town FC warmly welcomes Kindertons as our new home and away shirt sponsor. The Kindertons logo will be pride of place on the front of every Nantwich Town football shirt, from the first team all the way through the development and youth teams down to our under 7’s. This includes all replica shirts sold in our club shop.
“Kindertons have been commercial partners with Nantwich Town for some years now. They hold various work events in the function room and host charity football matches at the stadium. We have got to know the company and its staff well – they have a superbly run organisation and with a great team of people.
“We are delighted that they have taken the step up to what is arguably our most prestigious sponsorship opportunities. We have two excellent club photographers and a superb media team so the distribution of both official and action photos has proliferated in recent years via social media channels. This will only increase.
“Non league clubs are very reliant on commercial partners for additional income streams and Nantwich are no exception. We’ll work hard to help Kindertons optimise their exposure in both locally and further afield. We look forward to an even more fruitful relationship moving forward.”
For more information about our new sponsor then you can visit their website on: https://www.kindertons.co.uk/clients« Back to all news