Carter Burnett is delighted to have reaffirmed its commitment to grassroots sport in Beverley.
They have done this by agreeing to sponsor two of the town’s junior football teams for the 2020-21 season.
Carter Burnett is a legal firm that specialises in all aspects of the costs litigation process. They advise solicitors and also barristers from across the UK.
Players from the Beverley Town Moles under-8s will proudly wear kits featuring the company logo after they agreed to act as the main shirt sponsor for the new campaign.
Beverley Town Moles under-10s will also display the business name on the back of the warm-up jackets. These are the jackets which they wear before and after matches.
Both sides, who play in the Hull Boys Sunday Football League, are made up of players who live in the Beverley area.
Carter Burnett says that the sponsorship of a team in Beverley makes sense as this is where their head office is based.
Commenting on the sponsorships, director Lee Carter said that the firm was delighted to be involved. He also highlighted how taking part in sport was important to young people.
Beverley Based Firm Delighted To Support Grassroots Sport
“Everyone knows how important playing sport is for the health and well-being of young children. As a result, we are thrilled to be able to support these youngsters on their footballing journey.
“As a business which is based in Beverley, we fully understand the key role that Beverley Town Football Club plays in the local community.”
“It has teams ranging from under-7s right through to adult football and the volunteers who run it put in a lot of hard work.”
“We also know how much time and organisation goes into running the club. Parents and volunteers give up hours of their free time to make every training session and game a rewarding experience.”
“We’re delighted to be able to help and also support these youngsters. We hope they enjoy a successful season.”
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