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Cambridge City take Posh Pup look in new sponsorship deal


By CambridgeIndependent Reporter


Cambridge City unveil their new sponsor, from left, chairman Kevin Satchell, Posh Pup Ltd owner Alison Farrington, City manager Robbie Nightingale and Miss Cambridge Shelley Allen.
Cambridge City unveil their new sponsor, from left, chairman Kevin Satchell, Posh Pup Ltd owner Alison Farrington, City manager Robbie Nightingale and Miss Cambridge Shelley Allen.

Company name to be on Lilywhites' home shirt

Cambridge City have announced a sponsorship deal with Posh Pup Ltd for the forthcoming Evo-Stik League Southern season.

The Cambridgeshire-based e-commerce dog boutique was unveiled as City’s home first-team shirt sponsor in their pre-season friendly against Cambridge United last week.

City chairman Kevin Satchell said: “We are delighted to have Posh Pup as our home first team shirt sponsor this season.

“They are a new business, and I hope they will get plenty of exposure advertising their venture on our home shirts in the coming months.

“I also hope that this is the start of an excellent relationship between Posh Pup and Cambridge City Football Club.”

Alison Farrington, owner of Posh Pup, said: “We feel sponsoring Cambridge City is a great opportunity for our new local business.

“There are exciting times ahead for the club with the new ground and coupled with the overall ambition of the team and the club we see no better place to promote our new venture.

“We are very proud to support a great local club and wish them all the best for the forthcoming season.”

City continue their pre-season with a match against landlords Histon at the Glass World Stadium this Saturday (July 21), kick off 3pm.

In their second warm-up game, on Friday night, they were beaten 2-1 by Newmarket Town.

Newmarket had taken a first-half lead, but Isaac Maynard levelled for the Lilywhites after the break.

However, Newmarket got the winner in the closing stages.



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