Rangers FC announce new partnership with Octopi Engineering

Rangers FC has confirmed a new Executive Club partnership with Octopi Engineering – a major contributor in the design and supply of doors, windows and hatches for the marine industry.

Based in Glasgow, Octopi Engineering are the latest company to sign up as Gold Members of the Rangers Executive Club – a new partnership platform for season 2017/18 that enhances the matchday experience for fans and gives companies of all sizes the opportunity to engage both supporters and other businesses.

The Executive Club offers businesses an opportunity to create incredible impact by delivering their message across many different channels, both on a matchday and beyond, including the new digital display network, match programme, website, stadium screen, and innovative new live social content.

Gold, Silver and Bronze Executive Club packages are available with a range of benefits, including Hospitality, Sponsorship and Advertising throughout Ibrox Stadium.

Company Director at Octopi Engineering, Adam Mills, said: “Octopi Engineering is delighted to be working with Rangers Football Club – a hugely successful Scottish institution with a proud history and traditions.  We are looking forward to making new business connections as the latest Gold Executive member.”

Rangers Commercial Manager, Scott Williams, added: “The Club is delighted to be working in partnership with Octopi Engineering.  This latest initiative is another example of how the new Executive Club is engaging with local businesses to offer a package of benefits that go beyond traditional sporting advertising rights and help businesses to reach new audiences.”

Source : Rangers FC

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