Corinthian-Casuals are celebrating the start of another partnership with a blue chip sponsor at the Ryman South club’s King George’s Field home.
After naming award-winning City law firm Selachii LLP as their main shirt sponsors for the 2016-17 Ryman League season, delighted officials unveiled leading digital marketing agency Jellyfish as their latest sponsors on Monday.
A full-service digital marketing agency ranked in The Sunday Times International Track 200, Jellyfish are the world’s biggest boutique agency with offices across the UK, US and South Africa.
Jellyfish, who got involved through their CEO Rob Pierre’s links with Corinthian-Casuals manager James Bracken, will see their logo emblazoned across the warm-up kits of the first team’s players and management, guaranteeing wide exposure for the company’s brand across the world famous club’s multiple media platforms.
Bracken is delighted that Pierre and Jellyfish have brought into club’s ethos and targets on and off the field by joining a prestigious list of sponsors that also includes Bentalls and Anderson Travel, the Ryman League’s new preferred coach travel partner.
He said: “We’re delighted to have another company on-board with what we’re trying to do. I know Rob personally and he works with me on a Saturday morning coaching kids. It’s not only a great company that he’s built up but he’s a lovely guy too.
“Jellyfish are another company to join Simon and Richard at Selachii who have been really proactive with the club. It’d be great to get Rob and others from Jellyfish down to King George’s and hopefully we can re-pay his generosity with good publicity and great results.”
Jellyfish CEO Pierre said: “In Surrey there are hundreds of kids that benefit from the football clubs and academies selflessly run by James Bracken and his team of coaches. Not only are the kids learning the requisite technical skills, they are also being taught to play with the renowned ‘Corinthian Spirit’.”
He added: “As a dad, a volunteer coach and the CEO of Jellyfish, it fills me with great pride to be supporting James and Corinthian-Casuals.”