West Bromwich Albion Acquires New Principal Partner

By Community | July 8, 2014

Premier League outfit West Bromwich Albion has announced today Intuit QuickBooks as their new Principal Partner.

Intuit QuickBooks is a multi-billion pound global leader in small business accounting software and the company’s logo will feature on the Club’s home and away shirts during the 2014/15 Barclays Premier League campaign.

Albion Chief Executive Mark Jenkins, viagra who today shook hands with QuickBooks Vice-President and UK Managing Director, cheap Rich Preece, on the one-year sponsorship deal, said: “I’m delighted to welcome QuickBooks on board as our new Principal Partner.

“The fact we have been able to join forces with such an established global brand underlines the strides the Club has been making in recent years. We are looking forward to forming a strong working relationship with Intuit QuickBooks.”

Mr Preece added: “We’re thrilled to be forming a close partnership with West Bromwich Albion Football Club.

“As one of the founding members of the Football League, Albion has a long and impressive history as a well-supported, family-focussed club with incredibly passionate fans.

“The Club is about to begin its fifth successive season in the Premier League and we can’t wait to get behind the Baggies. We are excited about making this deal a success on and off the field.”

David Walsh, QuickBooks UK Marketing Director, said: “Making up more than 99 per cent of private sector companies and 60 per cent of private sector jobs, small and medium-sized businesses and entrepreneurship are a part of the nation’s DNA – and so is football.

“As the world’s No.1 online solution for small business accountancy software, QuickBooks is proud to support the businesses and sporting passions of entrepreneurs in West Bromwich, the West Midlands and the entire UK.”

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