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Bristol Flyers Proud To Partner With ONEPOST For 2016/17

Bristol Flyers have revealed ONEPOST as an elite partner for the 2016/17 season.

The Bristol-based postal advice and management company have agreed to add their name to the back of the Flyers’ jersey, and will also sponsor summer signing Leslee Smith for the 2016/17 British Basketball League season.

This builds on ONEPOST’S life-long support of Bristol City Football Club as a founder partner of the Lansdown Club and underlines their commitment to the stable of sports associated with Bristol Sport.

Based in Portishead, ONEPOST are the UK’s leading provider of independent postal advice and management  - and have been helping local, national and international businesses for over 10 years, save money on their mailings, fulfilment, packets and parcels.

ONEPOST Managing Director Graham Cooper said: “We are delighted to be an elite partner to the Bristol Flyers for the upcoming season.”

“We were offered the opportunity to partner with the Flyers through our previous involvement with Bristol City F.C. and Bristol Rugby and agreed to sponsor primarily to give our staff the opportunity to be introduced to a new sport.

“We came along to the opening game against USA Select and it was absolutely superb! We’ve now got a long list of people wanting to come and see basketball from now on.”

Bristol Sport CEO Andrew Billingham added: “ONEPOST have shown great support to our stable of sports as as a founder partner of the Bristol Sport’s business membership, the Lansdown Club and I’m thrilled that they have continued to depend their relationship by becoming an elite partner of the Bristol Flyers.

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