DAVE CORMACK hailed the sponsorship of the Aberdeen jersey with TEXO as “the most ambitious sponsorship deal” for the club.
The club had announced that Saltire Energy would not be a jersey sponsor, as the oldest jersey sponsorship deal would expire at the end of the season.
And now, it has been announced that Aberdeen-based industrial services provider TEXO will take over the sponsorship deal.
TEXO will be the sponsor of the club jersey, as well as the brand around Pittodrie, the bunker and the advertising behind the doors.
The jerseys worn by the club’s professional and youth teams – apart from the women’s team, which has a separate sponsor – will carry the TEXO brand.
Aberdeen president Cormack said of the deal on the club’s website: “The official jersey sponsor makes a significant contribution to the club and makes a significant investment in an organization. In Aberdeen, we have had the opportunity to secure some big brands over the years and to work with them in a true partnership. We look forward to building a strong and meaningful relationship with TEXO starting next season.
“Rob and the sales team should be commended for having formed a relationship with TEXO which has led to our most ambitious sponsorship deal ever.”
Rob Wicks, Commercial Director of Aberdeen, said: “TEXO is a strong and dynamic brand committed to the local market and we are delighted that they have chosen to increase their support for the Club starting this summer. .
“We already have common goals and shared values and look forward to working together to ensure that both sides derive maximum value from this partnership when it comes into effect later this year.
“Like the club, TEXO has ambitious plans for the future and believes in working flexibly, creatively and responsibly to achieve results.
“The Club benefits package underlying this agreement will undoubtedly help TEXO achieve its goals as the business grows both in Aberdeen and beyond.”
Chris Smith, CEO of TEXO, added: “We are proud to be the official sponsor of Aberdeen FC starting next season. The club is steeped in history and is at the heart of the TEXO community.
“There are many parallels between TEXO and AFC, particularly in the way we build dynamic and multidisciplinary teams with creative thinkers, service providers and problem solvers.
We are thrilled with this new future partnership with the club and look forward to next season. ”
Source: Herald Scotland
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