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Posted Thursday, July 4th 2019

Toogood International feature on City shorts

Bristol City are delighted to announce a partnership with Toogood International ahead of the 2019/20 campaign.

The Bristol-based courier service who came onboard as Bristol Bears main sponsors last season – will feature as shorts sponsor on City’s home and away kits.

The shorts will be worn for the first time at Saturday’s community match against Hallen AFC (3pm KO) and Toogood International Director Jason Toogood said: “We’re excited about the Bristol Sport vision and how sport can impact on the lives of so many in the region and beyond.

“That’s why we’re delighted to come on board with City – our clients love the atmosphere at Ashton Gate on football matchdays and it’s clear that there’s a real buzz around the football club. It’s great to be a part of that.

 

Marlon Pack shows off the new Toogood International-sponsored shorts

Bristol City Chief Executive Officer Mark Ashton said: “We are proud to have Toogood on our new kits this season and is another example of the interest in Bristol City. They are a Bristol company with an international reach and a significant global presence and we’re excited about our future together.”

Bristol Group Head of Commercial Caroline Herbert said: “Toogood International’s story is a great example of how the Bristol Sport model really works as an attractive proposition to commercial partners. Jason and his team have loved the exposure of being part of Bristol Sport and it’s great to see them now supporting football too.

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