Midrepro's logo will now appear on all 2015/16 home and away replica shirts as they continue their support...
Coventry office printing solutions company Midrepro back the Sky Blues as they get another deal over the line with Coventry City FC.
The club's official partner will now not only have their logo appear on the back of the match-worn shirts, but all replica shirts after an impressive off-the-field summer at the Sky Blues.
Firstly, manager Tony Mowbray signed a new two-year deal before the club struck a major four-year deal with Just Sport Group, a UK-based distributor for Nike which has seen the 2015/16 home and away kits enjoy strong sales.
Midrepro, which supplies and services copiers, scanners and printers to firms across the region, have been an official partner of the club for the past three seasons, have sponsored midfielder Conor Thomas and been a corporate member for over 10 years.
Midrepro's managing director John Ison expressed his delight at finding another way to support his club and also praised the start to the season on the pitch.
John said: "We’ve supported the club for a long time now and we're really proud to be associated with our club, and our company has enjoyed great exposure as a result.
“We’ve always looked for new and exciting ways to support the club, and when the opportunity came up to be on the replica shirts worn by fans, we couldn’t turn it down.
"It’s also been a brilliant start to the season and I can’t remember the last time I enjoyed watching the Sky Blues so much. The wins over Wigan, Millwall and Crewe were fantastic and with so many people buying the shirt, it was obvious to us to get our logo on the back of every shirt.
"I've rarely seen a City shirt worn more and the pride the City seems to have back in it's club is brilliant and something we really want to be a part of."
CCFC Corporate Sales Manager Tynan Scope said: “John and Midrepro have been incredible supporters of the club for as long as I can remember.
“We’ve enjoyed strong sales of the 2015/16 home and away shirt so far, and Midrepro will now enjoy a great deal more exposure thanks to this new deal.”