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Fishers Dewes Solicitors announce 3 year sponsorship deal with Ashby Ivanhoe FC
Fishers Dewes Solicitors, of Ashby de la Zouch and Tamworth, have announced a three year sponsorship agreement with Ashby Ivanhoe FC to become their main club and first team kit sponsor.
Ashby Ivanhoe, whose first team play in the East Midlands Counties League, currently have over 265 registered players through all age groups including Junior, Academy, and Senior levels.
Club chairman, Stuart Bonser said “We are delighted that Fishers Dewes have agreed to become our club sponsor. I know our supporters will be pleased to have such a long established firm of Ashby associated with our club.”
Fishers Dewes Ashby office, based on Kilwardby Street, currently employs over 40 staff providing legal support for individuals and businesses in areas including Conveyancing, Family, Employment, Wills & Probate, and Corporate services.
Amanda Payne, Director and Head of Property at Fishers Dewes said “We’ve supported Ashby Ivanhoe for many years, seeing the club go from strength to strength. We share the same values in supporting the local community and are looking forward to working together over the coming years”.
The Ashby Ivanhoe senior team, who play at their home matches at the NFU Sports Ground, are for the first time in the clubs history competing in the FA Cup this season.
Stuart added “The club is very ambitious and we have plans to continue to expand both on and off the pitch. Having the support of local companies like Fishers Dewes is vital in helping to keep the club moving forward.”
For further information regarding any of the services offered by Fishers Dewes Solicitors, please visit www.fishers-dewes.co.uk. For a list of fixtures and further details on Ashby Ivanhoe FC, please visit www.ashbyivanhoefc.com.
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