Clipper sign new Leeds United Sponsorship deal – Clipper Corporate

Clipper Logistics is pleased to confirm a new sponsorship deal has been agreed with Leeds United. The new deal will see Clipper become the club’s official training kit sponsor and official logistics partner, further extending its 4-year partnership with the club.

The new 2-year sponsorship deal will see the Clipper logo on the front of the team’s training kit worn for training sessions, press conferences and warm up exercises before matches. Additionally, Clipper branding will be visible across the Elland Road stadium and Thorp Arch training ground.

Steve Parkin, Executive Chairman, Clipper Logistics said, “Clipper has been the main sponsor of Leeds United since 2016, and has hosted corporate events in our Club Box since 1992.  We are delighted to extend our relationship with the Club as it regains its rightful status – as a Premier League club.  The promotion to the Premier League is not just great news for the Club and the fans, but also for Leeds as a city.  A successful Premiership club makes an enormous difference to the local economy and Leeds has been missing that for many years.  We are proud to remain sponsors of the Club and look forward to a continued partnership as Leeds United plays to a truly global audience.  We’ve been incredibly proud of our partnership to-date and look forward to seeing what the next 2 years of our partnership brings.”

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Paul Bell, Executive Director, Leeds United adds: “Clipper have supported Leeds United through the good times and the bad, and therefore we take great pride in the fact that their most prominent sponsorship comes just as we return to the topflight. The power of the Premier League puts Leeds United on a global stage and as our training wear partner, Clipper will join us on that journey. These are exciting times for our region, and we look forward to many more years working in unison.”



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