Following a successful two-year shirt sponsorship of Charlton Athletic, Andrews Sykes are delighted to announce that another local organisation now has the opportunity to reap the rewards of a similar partnership. The University of Greenwich now take up the mantle, and for the next two years will have their logo adorned on the front of Charlton’s shirts.
We would like to wish both parties good luck in their impending endeavours, and will continue to work alongside them for the foreseeable future. As a company based on the football club’s doorstep, we are pleased that another institution within the community now have the chance to benefit from this arrangement.
As mentioned, Andrews have enjoyed a thoroughly positive past two years as Charlton’s main sponsor, which has enabled us to reach out to a broad spectrum of fans and clients in London and beyond. From hosting corporate entertainment at The Valley in our hospitality box to driving initiatives for the Charlton Athletic Community Trust, we have had the pleasure of being involved in a number of projects and events.
Although we are no longer the principal sponsors, close links will be retained with the club while we hope to further develop our relationship with the incoming University of Greenwich. Instead of having our company brand emblazoned on the front of all shirts, there will be smaller Andrews emblems on the back instead.
Andrews Air Conditioning is to feature on the 2014-15 home kit, while Andrews Heat for Hire will be on the rear of next season’s away shirts. A new two-year deal has been agreed with the football club, further extending our association with Charlton as a sponsor and a business partner. Mitsubishi will also be present on both strips, with their logo appearing on the bottom of home and away shorts.
At this juncture, we’d like to thank Charlton’s staff and supporters for making us feel welcome over the past 24 months, and look forward to nurturing our association over the upcoming period. Once again, we hope the University of Greenwich enjoy an equally productive alliance with Charlton and that both participants flourish under the agreement.