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Cambridge City extend shirt sponsorship deal with Yorkshire Building Society Local Agency


By CambridgeIndependent Reporter


Cambridge City agree extended sponsorship deal - (left to right) Robbie Nightingale (manager), Ian Miller (City player), Tony Rule (from Yorkshire Building Society, Local Agency), and Kevin Satchell (City chairman).
Cambridge City agree extended sponsorship deal - (left to right) Robbie Nightingale (manager), Ian Miller (City player), Tony Rule (from Yorkshire Building Society, Local Agency), and Kevin Satchell (City chairman).

Company commits for third season

Cambridge City have renewed their first-team home shirt sponsorship deal with Yorkshire Building Society Local Agency.

The company have extended their agreement to a third season to have their name emblazoned on the front of the Lilywhites’ shirt.

The building society has an established agency in St Ives, where City currently play their home games, but will also shortly be opening another branch in Cambridge, close to the Lilywhites’ former home in Milton Road.

Tony Rule, a former City player and founder and director of AIA Cambridge which is a proprietor of the YBS agencies in Flitwick, St Ives and Cambridge, said: “I have a long association with the club and I am delighted to assist with the home shirt sponsorship for another year.

“The club is very special to me and is privileged to have so many loyal volunteers and supporters that help in many ways, and hopefully there will be some positive news on the new stadium soon, which everyone connected at the club deserves.”

And City chairman Kevin Satchell said: “We are delighted to renew our partnership with Yorkshire Building Society Local Agency for another season.

“We have an excellent relationship with them and I am really pleased that they will continue their support of Cambridge City for another season.”



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