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Posted Friday, September 28th 2018

Flyers extend elite partnership with Lancer Scott

Bristol Flyers has extended its elite partnership with Bristol-based construction company, Lancer Scott.

The integrated services provider will continue to add their name to the back of Bristol Flyers’ home and away shorts for a second straight year.

A national company with a local heart, Lancer Scott were formed in 1996 and have expanded throughout the UK. As a Bristol based SME with a current annual turnover of £42 million, the company has maintained a steady acceleration in growth and development whilst maintaining the robust foundations that have underpinned the organisation since inception.

Lancer Scott have been long-term supporters of Bristol City Football Club and are proud to continue their sponsorship across the Bristol Sport group to the Flyers. The continued partnership demonstrates their ongoing commitment to the stable of clubs associated with Bristol Sport.

“We’re very excited to extend our partnership with the Bristol Flyers and continue our successful relationship together,” said Lancer Scott CEO, Lancer Morian Cooke.

“The future is certainly bright for Bristol basketball, and with the Flyers coming off the their most successful year in the top-flight last season, we felt like it was only right to continue our ongoing support.”

Steve Devereux, Bristol Flyers’ Commercial Manager, added:

“We’re delighted that Lancer Scott are continuing to support the Flyers as we continue to grow on and off the court.

"The fact that long-term perennial supporters of sport in the region view Flyers as an attractive partnership opportunity shows that we are moving in the right direction.

"Local businesses like Lancer Scott who have grown extensively from the ground up are an inspiration to the Flyers and what we are trying to achieve”

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