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COMMUNITY: 2018/19 Player Development Centre Partnership Announcement

Archer Bassett working with Sky Blues in the Community Player Development Centres...

6 September 2018

As an independent, self-financing charity, Sky Blues in the Community (SBitC) rely on the support of local businesses to ensure they are able to maintain the life changing projects that we deliver.

SBitC believe that developing partnerships with key organisations will give them the ability to address common issues faced by people across Coventry and Warwickshire.

In return, SBitC are able to help companies with brand awareness, marketing opportunities, employee engagement and the chance to meet CSR agendas.

SBitC Player Development Centres are pleased to announce the 2018/19 partnership with Archer Basset.

Established in 1998, Archer Basset is now one of Coventry and Warwickshire’s largest independent letting agents with five offices covering a wide area from Rugby across to South Birmingham! As a company, they care about the impact that the SBitC Player Development Centres have on the community and as a result have enabled them to kit out the centres with state-of-the-art equipment.

Shaun Pierce, Sky Blues in the Community Football Development Manager said: “We are now heading into the second season of a 3-year partnership deal with Archer Basset. The support that they have given us over the last two seasons has allowed us to upgrade and progress the quality of what we can offer.

"With the Player Development Centres growing at a record rate this season, we were worried about sustaining this level of excellence without having the ability to increase our budget.

"I was overwhelmed when Peter agreed to increase his sponsorship to support the development of the Centres. We are proud to call Archer Basset our primary partner for the 2018/19 season!”

Rachel Edwards, Sky Blues in the Community Partnerships and Communications Officer said: “I’m really looking forward to the partnership with Archer Basset this season. My aim is to help develop their social media engagement and play a part in the progression of the organisation. It is a privilege to partner with a company that has a passion for developing the community they trade within.”

Archer Basset are now able to co-brand with SBitC and associate themselves with the established and successful Player Development Centres, setting them apart in the business world.

SBitC aim to provide them with new markets and networking streams as well as showing their customers and staff that they are care about the community they trade within.

Creating a partnership with SBitC is a chance to have your say and show your clients that you care and contribute towards the positivity within your community.

You will not regret supporting Coventry City's charity arm to deliver projects tailored to your visions and company CSR objectives. SBitC tailor company benefits around your needs and expectations, meaning each partnership is unique.

Would your business like to play a part in inspiring, supporting and offering change to our local community?

To find out more information please contact, Sky Blues in the Community Partnerships Officer, Rachel Edwards, via email: or telephone: 02476 786349.

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