WREXHAM has announced that VistaPrint, the design and marketing partner to millions of small businesses, including more than 1.5 million in the UK, will be its new sleeve sponsor of the Men’s First Team.
The sponsorship has been signed for an initial period of two seasons, with the partnership including VistaPrint’s commitment to champion not only Wrexham AFC, but as many Wrexham small businesses as possible.
The VistaPrint logo will be featured on the left sleeve on all three match shirts and appear on the replica home shirts for the 2022/23 and 2023/24 Season.
“We offer a warm welcome to VistaPrint to the Wrexham family, and we will work tirelessly to deliver the maximum amount of benefit it is possible to achieve from the partnership,” said Wrexham AFC Executive Director, Humphrey Ker.
“VistaPrint has a record of supporting local business, which makes them an ideal partner for the Club as that is consistent with our desire to deliver benefit for the wider Wrexham community.
“VistaPrint is thrilled to partner with Wrexham AFC,” said Ricky Engelberg, CMO, Vista. “We have seen how sports help connect communities both around the world and by the stadium.
“With Ryan, Rob, and Humphrey we look forward to shining a spotlight on the small businesses that truly help make the Wrexham community unique.”
The new home shirt will be available to purchase on Wednesday, July 27 and worn for the first time against Macclesfield FC on Saturday, July 30.
TikTok will remain the front-of-shirt sponsor, while Expedia will continue to be the back-of shirt sponsor for the 2022/23 season.
Aviation American Gin, the previous sleeve sponsor, remains a valued partner of the Club and have consolidated their sponsorship to focus on the Club’s trainingwear.
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