VINDIS RENEW MAN OF THE MATCH SPONSORSHIP FOR 2016/17Cambridge United Football Club are delighted to announce Vindis renewed their sponsorship Man of the Match award for the 2016/17 season.
Having taken up the sponsorship for the first time last season, the automotive group have continued their support of the Man of the Match accolade at every home fixture at the Cambs Glass Stadium for the forthcoming campaign.
The Vindis Group who have a network of Audi, Bentley, SKODA, Volkswagen and Volkswagen Commercial Vehicle Retailers across Cambridgeshire and East Anglia have agreed to support the club by sponsoring the Man of the Match award this campaign – now named the Vindis Man of the Match to give it additional prestige.
Founded in 1960, The Vindis Group is a family owned business that has grown by delivering both a high level of personal and professional service.
With the Man of the Match an iconic part of any football match across the globe, Cambridge United are therefore delighted that a company of the stature of Vindis are continuing to sponsor the award.
The Vindis Man of the Match presentation will take place following the conclusion of all home fixtures this season, in front of the Vindis branded wall within the Premier Travel Hospitality Suite, including this afternoon’s season opener against Barnet.
Commenting on the renewed partnership with the automotive group, Cambridge United Business Development Manager Liz Slack said: “I am thrilled that Vindis have agreed to continue the sponsorship of the Man of the Match award for the new season, following a successful year in 2015/16.
“The Vindis brand is synonymous with quality and they have a reputation for delivering exceptional customer service.
“There is much that we, Cambridge United, can learn from working in partnership with Vindis and I hope that this current deal continues to grow the strength of our partnership.
“We also very much look forward to announcing another exciting venture with Vindis later this month, that involves a fantastic way to engage further with our supporters.”