Brown Shipley extends Lancashire Cricket partnership until 2021
Brown Shipley, experts in wealth planning, investment management and lending, is pleased to announce the extension of its partnership with Lancashire Cricket until 2021.
Maintaining its position as the Club’s official wealth management partner, the partnership sees the continued presence of the Brown Shipley Club Suite which was previously the home dressing room at the iconic Pavilion at Emirates Old Trafford.
Brown Shipley will also benefit from pitch side advertising boarding for all domestic fixtures, as well as branding in the suite and on the iconic Pavilion.
More broadly, the business will enjoy unique behind-the-scenes experiences, including a training session with Lancashire Cricket coaches at the Trafford Cricket Centre, support from England batsman, Keaton Jennings and Head of Cricket Business, Warren Hegg, as well as an exclusive Q&A session with Club legends.
Brown Shipley has a longstanding relationship with the Red Rose County having sponsored Lancashire CCC since 2013.
Brown Shipley offers a fully integrated wealth management service from six offices throughout the UK, including its Manchester-based office, making it well positioned to serve clients across the North West region.
Commenting on the sponsorship, Head of Commercial Development at Brown Shipley, Rob Dornan, said: “This is an exciting time for Lancashire County Cricket Club with the World Cup and the Ashes at Emirates Old Trafford this summer and we are delighted to be a part of the action.
“We are pleased to have such a strong relationship with another growing organisation with strong roots and heritage in the North West.”
Daniel Gidney, Chief Executive at Lancashire Cricket, added: “We are delighted to extend our partnership with Brown Shipley as a business that shares a similar history and values with us. We’re looking forward to continuing to work with them over an exciting summer of cricket and in the longer term over the next two years.”
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