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Bristol Flyers announce 2017/18 catering partners

Bristol Flyers is delighted to announce its official catering partners for the 2017/18 British Basketball League season.

After a very successful first year, JJ Sports Catering will remain the official hospitality catering partner to the club, supplying top-quality food from their team of professionally-qualified and passionate chefs.

The Bristol-based company, who specialise in providing premium, professional catering to a number of golf and sports clubs within the South West region, will also become Adam Weary’s player sponsor for the 2017/18 campaign.

Jon Jones, owner of JJ Sports Catering, commented: “We are thrilled to partner up with Bristol Flyers for the second year in a row.

“Last year was a really good experience for us and we’re very excited to be working with a club that’s going from strength to strength.

“We’ve really been welcomed into the Flyers Family, and have been able increase our business profile as a result. Being involved with the Bristol Sport group has really helped increase our exposure in the area.”
JJ Sports Catering will remain the official hospitality catering partner to the club.

Steve Rawlings Ltd. will also return as the official arena concession partner for a fourth consecutive year, whilst Bristol-based family business Pizza Adorare will continue to sell their wood-fired pizza outside the SGS WISE Arena on Saturday gamedays, whilst new official short sponsors Dough Ballers Pizzeria will be selling their fresh pizza outside the Arena on Friday night games.

Steve Devereux, Commercial and Operations Officer for Bristol Flyers added: “It’s great to be partnering with a host of Bristol-based independent businesses who like the Flyers, are striving to increase their exposure in the region and beyond.

“The fact that all of our 2016/17 catering partners are returning, and with one more coming on board, is testament to the mutually beneficial partnerships being developed in our community.”

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