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Posted Tuesday, August 20th 2019

Flyers form new partnership with Tokyo Time

Bristol Flyers is proud to form a new partnership with Tokyo Time ahead of the 2019/20 season.

As the official headwear provider to the British Basketball League (BBL), Tokyo Time will be working closely with the Flyers to bring their headwear brand to life through the club’s social media channels.

Buzzer beating shots at Flyers home games will lead to Tokyo Time hats being thrown into the crowd. Tokyo Time will also be offering Flyers fans discounts and offers, with details to be announced closer to the season. 

“We’re excited to welcome such a fresh, forward thinking brand on board with the Flyers,” said Bristol Flyers Commercial Manager Steve Devereux.

“Tokyo Time are big supporters of British Basketball and the players already wear and really like their products, so it’s a great partnership for us.”

Since their formation last year, Tokyo Time has experienced incredible growth and support, collaborating with well-known influencers to build an audience of over 18,000 followers on Instagram.

They are now looking to take their products to a wider audience by expanding their presence in basketball – both as a professional sport and as a ‘street culture’.

"Tokyo Time are delighted to be partnering up with the Flyers for the 2019/20 season,” added Paul Davison, Tokyo Time CEO.

“These guys really are ahead of the game when it comes to the commercial side, both on and off the court.

“We are looking forward to helping the sport grow with the Flyers and also through the BBL.

“Good luck for the season ahead - we will be with you all the way.”

To celebrate the new partnership, Tokyo Time are giving Bristol Flyers fans 20% discount on their online store.

Visit www.tokyotime.co.uk to view the full range of products and enter the code FLYERS20 at checkout.

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