QPR agree sponsorship deal with Ashville Group of Companies

QPR have agreed a back of shirt sponsorship deal with Ashville Aggregates and Ashville Concrete. The leading local West London Waste Management, Haulage and Aggregates Company and its sister company Ashville Concrete have signed a two-year deal with the club.

Both companies are part of the Ashville Group of Companies, which was set up by founder Daniel Ashville Louisy, who is born and bred in West London.

The two-year deal will see Ashville Aggregates / Concrete displayed on the back of the QPR’s home, away and third shirts during the remainder of the 2017/18 season, as well as the 2018/19 campaign.

QPR Commercial Director, Euan Inglis, said: “We are absolutely delighted that Ashville Aggregates / Concrete have decided to partner with us.

“The enthusiasm already shown by Daniel and his team and their desire to build and grow the relationship long-term has been really refreshing.

“Ashville Aggregates / Concrete have built up a reputation for professionalism and delivering to their customers in West London, which is why the partnership is so exciting for the club, as both entities’ DNA is in this area.”

Ashville Aggregates / Concrete founder, Daniel Ashville Louisy, added: “It is a dream come true for The Ashville Group of Companies and for me, personally. We are delighted, proud and thankful to be given the opportunity to partner with The Hoops.

“The team at QPR have been outstanding and already made us feel very welcome. We feel the partnership is a perfect match and plan to be part of the long-term development of the club.”

Source : QPR

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