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Posted Wednesday, September 11th 2019

Bristol Flyers continue elite partnership with ITEC

Bristol Flyers is proud to continue its elite partnership with ITEC into the 2019/20 season.

The club is entering the second of a three year partnership with the Bristol-headquartered company, which will again see ITEC’s logo emblazon the back of the Flyers’ home and away jerseys.

As one of the UK’s leading Technology Managed Service Providers, ITEC has been delivering the latest technology solutions to help businesses and organisations work smarter.

ITEC works with thousands of businesses, schools and organisations across the UK. They push the boundaries of what’s possible, consulting, building and supporting a technology ecosystem that galvanises business growth, employee happiness, and customer satisfaction.

Nick Orme, CEO, said: “We are delighted to continue our partnership with the Bristol Flyers basketball team.

“2019 marks a pivotal year in ITEC history as we really focus on engaging with our communities and delivering truly innovative, smart solutions to the businesses and organisations that matter most.”

ITEC's company logo will continue to feature on the back of Flyers' 2019/20 jerseys

Bristol Account Director, Mark Twentyman said: “It’s a pleasure to continue to support the Flyers as they prepare for the new season.

“The whole of ITEC turned up to watch a game last season and the sport is getting more and more popular within the office. We wish the team the best of luck for the new campaign.”

Bristol Flyers’ Commercial Manager Steve Devereux added: “As we enter the second year of our partnership, ITEC continues to support the club both through sponsorship and at gamedays at the SGS College Arena.

“ITEC are an established Bristol-based business and a company that we are proud to have as an elite partner to the club.”

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