Swindon Town Football Club are delighted to have joined forces with Digital Marketing Company Smarter Media.
The team, based in Gypsy Lane, Swindon, have entered into a sponsorship deal with the club which will see their brand being shown at home games and team members and clients being able to attend matches as guests.
MD Emma Carter said: “Over the last few months, we’ve watched developments at Swindon Town Football Club full of hope. Many of our team members were born and brought up in Swindon and the club is a pivotal part of the community. However it’s been through some rough times of late. We’re proud to be seen as part of its recovery as it takes its rightful place in our business landscape.”
Operations director Rob Curtis is a committed Swindon Town fan and, like many others, has been excited by the declarations from the new chairman Clem Morfuni and the new CEO Rob Angus, to put the club at the heart of Swindon, aiming for more success on the field and more engagement off the field.
“A football club like Swindon Town is about the beautiful game and it’s about far more than that. Over the last few years that connection with the community was lost. We’re so pleased to see a commitment to change, to growth and to success and we want to be part of it,” Rob said.
Rob Angus, Swindon Town CEO, said: "It's great to see Smarter Media join many other local businesses and sponsor Swindon Town Football Club.
"To be associated with a fast-growing digital media agency is great for our Football Club and I am sure working together we can continue to connect and engage with our local community which is so important to the future of Swindon Town Football Club and to our local communities."
Smarter Media is a digital growth agency using their ‘Smarter Approach’ to help other businesses grow digitally. Working side by side with clients, the team use their ‘Smarter Way Process’ to create a plan that delivers results and they offer their ‘Smarter Promise’ to share what what they do, why they do it and the outcomes both good & bad. For more information visit https://smarter-media.co.uk.