Midrepro are set to support the Sky Blues through the next two years following a successful 2016/17 season...
Coventry office printing solutions company Midrepro are set to continue to back the Sky Blues as they seal a two-year deal.
The club's official partner will continue to have their logo appear on the back of the match-worn shirts and all replica shirts for the next two seasons after the success of the sponsorship during the 2015/16 season.
With replica shirt sales at their highest level for a number of years, Midrepro's logo went all over the country with the Sky Blues as City secured their highest number of points in a season since three points for a win was introduced in 1981.
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 and been a corporate member for over 11 years.
Midrepro's managing director John Ison expressed his delight at extending the deal and the exposure it's given to his company.
John Ison, 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.
"At the start of the season, we were looking to continue our support of the club and having the back of shirt sponsorship extended to the retail shirts.
"It's been great for us. Our logo has had so much exposure on the pitch but also off it as everywhere you looked around Coventry this season, someone was wearing a Coventry shirt.
"Despite the disappointment of not making the play-offs, it's definitely been a progressive season for the club so we're sure next season will be a big year for the club, and we want to be part of that."
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 enjoyed strong sales of the 2015/16 home and away shirt which meant Midrepro got a great deal of exposure last season and we're sure that'll continue into the 2016/17 season.”