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Posted Thursday, September 13th 2018

Flyers headline sponsorship with RSG extends to fifth straight year

Bristol Flyers is proud to continue its principal partnership with Resource Solutions Group (RSG) into its fifth straight year.

The Bristol-headquartered recruitment organisation has re-affirmed its commitment to the club, by remaining the official front of shirt sponsor for the 2018/19 season.

RSG have sponsored the Flyers for the past four seasons in British basketball’s top flight (BBL), after becoming a founder partner of the Lansdown Club in 2014. Since then, they have become regular attendees at Flyers' home games and have shown significant support to the club since their inception into the BBL.

“We are absolutely delighted to continue our principal partnership with the Bristol Flyers,” said RSG CEO, Mike Beesley.

"Our connection to the club has been fantastic and it was a relationship that we were eager to continue.

"Our staff will be there at every home game as we strive to ensure that the Flyers continue on their journey to becoming one of the top clubs in British Basketball."

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

As the club’s principal partner, RSG’s logo will appear on the front of the Flyers’ 2018/19 home and away kit, as well as featuring on the team’s warm up tops and leisure wear.

Bristol Flyers’ Commercial Manager, Steve Devereux said: "RSG were Bristol Flyers’ first official sponsor and have remained our headline sponsor for the duration of our BBL journey.

Employee engagement is a key focus at RSG and it’s great for us to be able to help facilitate this, with groups of staff attending each game and two company-wide socials each season.

The fact that this agreement is reaching its fifth year is testament to the effort and commitment of both parties to develop and maintain such a great partnership.”

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