Saracens Women sign two and a half year partnership with Made For Drink
The premium bar snacks company are the first ever commercial partner of the Women’s team
Saracens Women today (Wednesday 29 January) announced it has signed a two- and a half-year deal with premium bar snacks company, Made for Drink, to come onboard as the first ever principal commercial partner of the current Tyrrells Premier 15s champions.
This partnership is also Made for Drink’s first formal sports sponsorship agreement and will increase the awareness of both brands. From today, the Made for Drink logo will be on Saracens Women’s match shorts.
This partnership follows on from a 2019 that saw Saracens Women celebrate their 30th anniversary and retain the Tyrrells Premier 15s title. Saracens also doubled its investment into the Women’s team ahead of the current 2019/20 season.
As well as being a commercial partner for Saracens Women, Made for Drink’s snacks will be available to buy at Allianz Park on Saracens Women and Saracens Men matchdays.
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