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Posted Wednesday, December 13th 2017

Bristol Flyers form elite partnership with SUBWAY Bristol and West

Bristol Flyers basketball club is pleased to announce SUBWAY Bristol and West as an elite partner for the remainder of the season.

The SUBWAY brand is the world's largest sandwich chain, with more than 44,000 locations around the world. They’ve quickly become the leading choice for people seeking quick, nutritious meals that the whole family can enjoy.

The partnership also sees SUBWAY Bristol and West return as the club’s official ‘subs bench’ partner, whilst also offering fan discounts and competitions in the new year.

“Following our successful sponsorship of the Flyers last year we are incredibly pleased to be partnering with the team again this year," said SUBWAY, Bristol and West Franchisee director Sue Pasco.

"At SUBWAY we actively promote choice, health and wellbeing and feel the Bristol Flyers are an excellent team to partner with to support our message of healthier active lifestyles."

With over 33 stores located in the Bristol, Bath and Weston-super-Mare area, SUBWAY Bristol and West offers a selection of great value Subs, salads and flatbreads, including popular choices from the brand's low fat range.

With a SUBWAY store located just a five minute walk from the SGS WISE Arena at Abbeywood Retail Park - fans will be able to use their vouchers to save money on their pre or post game meal. These vouchers can also be used in any SUBWAY store in the Bristol & West region.

Steve Devereux, Commercial and Operations Officer for Bristol Flyers added: “SUBWAY has over 2,500 outlets in the UK, and the local SUBWAY Bristol and West Franchisees have supported the Flyers as far back as 2013.

"Now an elite sponsor and our ‘Official Subs Bench Partner,' we will be working closely together to provide discounts, competitions and engaging digital content for our loyal fan base. It’s hugely positive to see a big brand recognising the potential of both the Flyers and British basketball."


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