Muse inks multi-year Salford Red Devils partnership
09.12.22 2 min read
We’re delighted that we’ve inked a multi-year partnership with leading Super League club, Salford Red Devils – as part of our commitment to working in communities across the city and the wider North West region.
Alongside the sponsorship on the rear of both the home, away and Magic Weekend shirts, our logo will also appear on the women’s and reserve’s team shirts. As well as our shirt sponsorship, we’ll also ringfence vital funds to support the great work of the club’s community foundation for the next three years.
Since 2006, we’ve been working in Salford on the £1bn, Salford Central transformation and also the £2.5bn Crescent Salford regeneration, through our joint venture with Legal & General and Homes England, The English Cities Fund.
Salford has also been home to our North West business since the 1980s and since then, we’ve supported a wealth of community organisations right across the city.
Regional managing director, Phil Mayall, said on the partnership:
Hannah Edge, Salford Red Devils’ partnerships manager, said: “Salford Red Devils are delighted to begin our partnership with Muse, where we will see their logo on the men’s, women’s and reserve’s playing shirts in 2023.
“It was clear straight away that we both share the same lofty ambitions and are currently putting plans in place to ensure that’s achieved in the long-term.
“We can’t wait to see what the future brings!”
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