Date:Thursday May 5 2011
Swansea City are delighted to announce that they have extended their sponsorship deal with online gaming company 32Red.
The deal means that 32Red.com will continue to be displayed on the front of the Swans' home and away shirts.
The company has sponsored the club for the past 2 seasons and the 6-figure sum is the biggest in their history.
Swansea City's vice-chairman, Leigh Dineen was delighted with the news:
'It demonstrates yet again how far Swansea City has come as a football club,'
'To secure such a prestigious sponsor for another three years in such a difficult financial climate speaks volumes.
'We've had a fantastic working relationship with 32Red over the last two years which has only benefited both parties. The Swans have made great strides on and off the pitch, while 32Red continue to lead their field in the online casino and gaming market.
'32Red is a modern company with a global reach; has pro-active ideas and will continue to help us spread the Swans message to the international stage.
'We are delighted they have chosen to continue their partnership with us. We make a great team and we are all looking forward to driving both businesses forward over the next three years.'
CEO of 32Red, Ed Ware said:
'We are thrilled to be extending our commitment to Swansea City.
The high quality of the football played by the Swans sits well with our second to none approach to providing an outstanding service to our players, and the friendliness and professionalism at the club also complements our own approach to our loyal players.'
Date:Thursday May 5 2011
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