Donny Rovers turn to Getmemedia in search for new sponsor

LONDON - Online marketing ideas site Getmemedia.com has signed up Doncaster Rovers as the Championship side looks to secure a new club sponsor for the 2009/2010 season.

Doncaster Rovers: shirt sponsorship among club package on offer for 2009/2010 season through Getmemedia.com
Doncaster Rovers: shirt sponsorship among club package on offer for 2009/2010 season through Getmemedia.com

The club, which has climbed three divisions and moved to a new 15,000 capacity all-seater stadium since 2002, is offering shirt, stadium and hospitality branding rights.

Laura Whiting, head of commercial at Doncaster Rovers, said: "With three promotions, three cup victories and a move to a brand new all-seater stadium, we are one of the fastest-growing clubs of the past 10 years, with a clear vision our the future, and we look forward to sharing this with our new sponsor."

The package is listed on Getmemedia.com with a guide price of up to £250,000.

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