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Xledger continues principal partnership with Bristol Flyers

Bristol-based Xledger, the cloud-based finance software provider for mid-market organisations, is proud to retain its position as Bristol Flyers’ principal partner.

Embarking on a period of significant expansion, Xledger has increased its investment with Bristol Sport for the third season in a row, to now also include Bristol Bears Women’s first team and academy alongside its existing partnership with Bristol Bears, Bristol Bears Academy and Ashton Gate Stadium.

Now entering the second year of partnership with the Flyers, Xledger and its employees are looking forward to finally attending the SGS College Arena and supporting from the stands.

The Xledger brand will once again emblazon the front of the Flyers home and away jerseys, as well as the SGS College Arena, whilst the partnership will also see the creation of collaborative, engaging digital content across its social media channels.

Ian Halliwell, Sales and Marketing Director, Xledger, said: “Xledger is thrilled to be entering its second year as principal partner to the Bristol Flyers.

“Last season was unprecedented for obvious reasons, so we are relishing the return of fans and are excited to enjoy the full Flyers experience.

“At Xledger, we aim to build long-lasting relationships through connection and achieve our objectives through hard work, discipline and fun. As our investment across the group demonstrates, we are committed to empowering ambition and supporting the work that Bristol Sport is doing at all stages of the performance pyramid, not just the elite level.”

Bristol Flyers Commercial Manager, Steve Devereux, said: “We are thrilled to continue to develop and build on our partnership with Xledger, a hugely prestigious company.

“After partnering with the club in our only ever season without fans, we are looking forward to finally welcoming their employees to Bristol Flyers gamedays.

“The support Xledger provides to sport in the region is significant and the Flyers are proud to again display the brand on the front of our jersey for the 2021/22 campaign."

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