Bondholder Air-IT has renewed its sponsorship of fellow Bondholder Derbyshire County Cricket Club into its third year. The Air-IT branding will continue to take pride of place across the players' balcony at The 3aaa County Ground.
After a successful first two seasons of partnership with the club, 2018 is already proving to be another fantastic year. With Air-IT advertising often featuring on Sky Sports and our branding remaining highly visible at the ground, we have enjoyed increased exposure throughout the season, which is now well underway.
Air-IT will also continue membership to the 1870 Business Club, which includes access to an exclusive network. This provides a brilliant opportunity for local businesses to meet and forge lasting relationships, all while enjoying some fantastic cricket.
Paul Judge, Marketing Director at Air-IT, said:
“We are proud to be partnered with DCCC for the third year running. It has been great to see the Air-IT branding displayed at the club as it attracts huge crowds for a packed schedule of cricket including T20, and live coverage on Sky Sports.
"Following a sell-out crowd for the recent Little Mix concert, we’re looking forward to the increased exposure we will gain as the club plan to expand their non-cricket event presence moving forward."
Ryan Duckett, Commercial Director at Derbyshire CCC, said:
"We are delighted to have Air IT on board for a third successive year as one of our partners and 1870 Business Club members.
"We are well into another packed summer on and off the field, which has included the return of England Women, one year on from their ICC Women’s World Cup triumph, as well as a full domestic schedule. We have recently welcomed the world’s biggest girl band, Little Mix, in the biggest concert to date at The 3aaa County Ground.
"We have had fantastic support once again from the business community which has allowed us to enhance our squad and continue to develop as a year-round venue."