Manchester Giants are delighted to have renewed their sponsorship agreement with Sale Engineering Products.
Following the support of SEP last season, the south Manchester-based company will continue to back the club in 2019/20 in a deal which covers courtside branding at the Giants’ home venue, kit sponsorship on the top rear of home and away vests and website and social media coverage.
SEP endorses the Giants’ ethos of supporting a number of local and national charities and the Manchester Community Giants programme.
Rob Bell, SEP Managing Director, said:
“The Giants 2018-19 season went better than could have been expected initially For a club with limited funding – they reached two knockout semi-finals (eliminating last year’s winners in both competitions) and, although narrowly missing out on a place in the post-season playoff competition, won more games than the previous two seasons combined.
“Coach Danny Byrne was disappointed in the finishing strait, when there were some struggles with injuries to some key players, but the fanbase is behind him 100% after an exciting year.
“Many club, and some British Basketball League, records were broken by the team playing for each other and also individually – mainly by Willie Clayton from Thomasville, Georgia.
“Like SEP, Manchester Giants have big ideas – they have now moved into a new venue which, over the next season or two, the local authority will vacate and the club will then be able to develop fit for purpose. We both continue to focus on innovation, development and keeping our customers/fans happy with what we have to offer!”
The Giants’ CEO, John Dwan said:
“I am delighted that Sale Engineering Products have continued the partnership with Manchester Giants for the forthcoming BBL season.
“After our best season on the basketball court since the club was reformed [in 2012] we are looking to further move the club’s performance forward on the basketball court and supporting this with our growing business networks.”
If you are interested in sponsoring the Giants, contact John Dwan at email@example.com