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Flyers extend principle partnership with RSG for a further two years

Bristol Flyers basketball club is delighted to announce that Bristol-headquartered recruitment organisation, Resource Solutions Group (RSG) has extended its commitment to the club, and will remain the official front of shirt sponsor and principle partner for a further two years.

RSG has sponsored the Flyers for the past three seasons in British basketball’s top-flight, after becoming a founder partner of Bristol Sport’s business network, the Lansdown Club, in 2014.

Since then, RSG employees have become regular attendees at Flyers' home games and the company has shown significant support to the club since its inception into the BBL.

“Having been with Bristol Flyers since they joined the BBL, we are thrilled to be announcing a fourth year of sponsorship,” said RSG CEO, Mike Beesley.

“This is always a proud association for us as a local business and supporter of the South West community.

“Our staff will be at every game to enjoy the success of the Flyers throughout the season and, as ever, we all wish them the best of luck for 2017/18.”

As the club’s principle partner, RSG’s logo will appear on the front of the Flyers’ 2017/18 home and away kit, as well as featuring on the team’s warm up tops, training kit and leisure wear. The company will also become Rohndell Goodwin’s player sponsor for the upcoming campaign.

RGS's company logo will appear on the front of Bristol Flyers' 2017/18 playing kit

Founded in Bristol in 1975, RSG is headquartered in Clifton and has grown from a single recruitment company into a multi-million pound, European-wide network of expert recruitment businesses.

Bristol Flyers’ Commercial and Operations Officer, Steve Devereux said: “We have enjoyed an excellent relationship with RSG over the past three years and we are delighted that they have opted to extend the partnership.

"RSG has supported Bristol Flyers as principle partner throughout the entirety of our BBL journey and it’s great to have such a prestigious Bristol-based organisation as our key partner.

“RSG's staff work hard to maintain their continued success and it’s great to see the Flyers remain a key component of their employee engagement offering.

“This new agreement is testament to the partnership that has been forged by the two organisations, and we look forward to continuing our work together this season.”

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