Third Energy announces sponsorship deal and charity donation
Local electricity generator Third Energy has renewed its shirt sponsorship deal with Scarborough Athletic, maintaining a relationship that now covers five seasons.
Boro Commercial Director Nick Finch alongside Shaun Zablocki, Operations Director at Third Energy to celebrate the sponsorship
The Knapton-based company will be the main away shirt sponsor this season and has also donated a corporate match day package and replica shirt to Castle Employment to auction for their 50th year fundraising campaign in aid of St Catherine’s Hospice.
“Boro is a fine example of a community-based club and theirs is an example of what is possible when everyone works together. Third Energy is very proud to be associated with the club for another season and for the players to wear shirts that carry our name” said Third Energy operations manager Shaun Zablocki.
“We also have a long-standing relationship with Castle Employment Agency and we were only too happy to help them celebrate their 50 years in business by contributing to the Castle 50th Birthday auction appeal in aid of St Catherine’s Hospice”
The announcement was welcomed by both the club and Castle Employment:
“As a Supporters’ Trust, we are heavily reliant on the support of the local business community, and it’s great that Third Energy have agreed to renew their shirt sponsorship deal” said Nick Finch, commercial director at the club
“We would like to thank Third Energy for their generous donation of prizes in support of Castle’s 50th year fundraising for our chosen charity St Catherine’s Hospice” said Kate Salt of Castle Employment.
“Any other companies wishing to donate in support of this great cause would be greatly appreciated and can do so by contacting me at [email protected]” she added.
Third Energy's community support goes hand-in-hand with its commitment to working with businesses in the area. Currently, Third Energy spends around £1m per year with Yorkshire companies, who are their preferred supply chain partners.
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