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Sandicliffe Ford becomes official vehicle partner of Leicester City FC

Sandicliffe Ford might be Leicester City’s Official Vehicle Partner to your 2018/19 season from a deal designed to target providing support to a volume of operations through the Soccer team.

Leicester City’s Grounds Team, Supporter Engagement Department and LCFC Community Trust will all gain benefit arrangement, that could see Sandicliffe Ford supply each department with vehicles to suit their wants.

As the Club’s Official Commercial Vehicle Supplier, Sandicliffe Ford’s support helps enable these departments to generate top notch pitches, continue effective engagement by having an ever-growing supporter base and promote inclusion and sports participation throughout Leicestershire.

Sandicliffe may be a family business established in 1948 and often will celebrate its 70th Anniversary this current year. The Ford Supplier has 10 locations along the East Midlands.

Under the terms of the agreement, Sandicliffe Ford may gain advantage from brand exposure via the development of unique user generated content for the Club’s social channels.

Jonathan Gregory, Leicester City’s Commercial Director said: “Were delighted to welcome Sandicliffe Ford to Leicester City as a possible Official Partner. This deal demonstrates our commitment to working with local leading companies therefore we look ahead to enhancing Sandicliffe’s reputation on the list of most trustworthy businesses in the community.”

Nick Osborne, Group Commercial Manager at Sandicliffe Ford, said: “We’re happy to partner with Leicester City, a golf iron that shares our love of providing the best experience for the audience. We’ve been proud to supply key departments across the Club excellent quality vehicles that will enable these people to continue their great work.”

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