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Posted Monday, September 9th 2019

Bristol Flyers reveal Toogood International as new principal partner

Bristol Flyers is proud to announce Toogood International as the new principal partner to the club.

The Bristol-based courier service has continued its significant commitment to Bristol Sport, becoming front of jersey sponsor for the Flyers’ 2019/20 home and away kit.

Toogood also remains principal partner and front of shirt sponsor to Bristol Bears Rugby, in addition to back of short sponsor to Bristol City FC.

The partnership with Bristol Flyers is the most substantial commercial agreement in the club’s history, helping pave the way for a bright future ahead of the Flyers’ proposed move to the Ashton Gate Sports and Convention Centre.

Toogood International will become the new front of jersey sponsor for the Flyers

An express European courier service specialising in collection and delivery for the automotive, aerospace and pharmaceutical industries, Toogood International is one the city’s leading companies.

Toogood International Director Jason Toogood said: "We are extremely proud to be supporting Bristol Sport across Bristol Bears, Bristol Flyers and Bristol City.

“Our roots are in Bristol and we are big supporters of all three clubs. The future is bright for the Flyers and for British basketball and we are excited to be a part of it.”

Bristol Flyers’ Commercial Manager Steve Devereux added: “We’re delighted to welcome Toogood International on board as the club’s new principal partner.

“Toogood’s decision to partner across three teams demonstrates a significant commitment to supporting sport in Bristol.

“Such a reputable international brand joining us as principal partner is testament to the progress made by the club both on and off the court.”

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