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Apogee Winners Of Dale’s Business Raffle

Phil Birkhead, Apogee’s Regional Sales Manager for Manchester (top-left) joins the Mayor and Mayoress of Rochdale, alongside other winners of Dale’s Business Raffle.

 

15 businesses entered the unique draw for the chance to win one of three lucrative prizes. Long-term sponsor, Apogee, were drawn as winners of the match sponsorship package.

“We’ve once again been delighted with the response to our business raffle, with more businesses than last year getting involved this time round. It has been well-received for a second year and it brings important revenue into the club,” said Russ Green, Dale Chief Executive.

“We recognise that football stadia advertising can be financially beyond the budgets of many small businesses’, and with that in mind, we introduced this sponsorship opportunity to enable the club to forge new relationships and to build on existing relationships with businesses based in Rochdale and beyond.”

In an excellent gesture, Apogee have decided to donate the Official Match Sponsorship package back to the club to use for a good cause. To find out more about how Apogee help organisations to optimise performance through Managed Workplace Services and Outsourced Document Services, speak with our strategic sales team by using the contact form below.

 

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