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16 September, 2019
UTILITY Alliance Yorkshire has teamed up with Sheffield United FC Community Foundation to become the charity’s first ever official headline sponsor.
In the first deal of its kind for Sheffield United FC’s official charity, the pioneering partnership will see Utility Alliance enter into a season year deal with Sheffield United FC Community Foundation to become its headline sponsor.
Already a key energy company in the North East and South Yorkshire, Utility Alliance is looking to expand its presence within the Sheffield City region whilst supporting the innovative and ever-growing work of Sheffield United FC Community Foundation.
Dan Potter, Managing Director for Utility Alliance Yorkshire, said: “We are delighted to be teaming up and supporting the great work Sheffield United FC Community Foundation do.
“Utility Alliance Yorkshire is relatively new to the region, having only just celebrated its second birthday, but gaining the opportunity to link up with another Premier League club is something we are very proud of.
“We are genuinely excited to be working with the club’s official charity, and we wish Chris Wilder and his team every success for the new season.”
Chris Bailey, Head of the Community Foundation at Sheffield United FC said: “We are delighted to announce Utility Alliance as the Foundations first ever team-wear partner.
“As an organisation with a track record in Community based partnerships, it is clear that Utility Alliance share the same passion for local, sustainable community development.
“I look forward to working closely together to provide our communities with positive opportunities moving forward.”