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Blues in the Express lane

Posted: Fri 09 Nov 2012
Author: Andy Walker
Commercial Express

Jack Butland, Lee Clark and Curtis Davies with Duncan and Sarah Pritchard from Commercial Express.

Image by: Roy Smiljanic

Blues are delighted to confirm Commercial Express as Official Club Partners until the end of the year.

Commercial Express logo
As part of the new partnership, the market leading underwriting agency will have their branding on the back of the club’s home and away playing shirts from this weekend’s trip to Blackburn Rovers through to the away fixture at Bolton Wanderers on Saturday 29 December.

The agreement will also see the Commercial Express logo featured on LED advertising hoardings at St. Andrew’s and on press interview backdrops. The Dudley-based firm will also be looking at further ways to engage Blues fans throughout the duration of the deal.

Commercial Express is a market leading independent underwriting agency offering insurance intermediaries access to a range of over thirty commercial insurance products. Through innovative and efficient technology, Commercial Express is committed to providing outstanding service, competitive pricing and tailored quality coverage backed by A+ Rated Insurers. Follow: @ceqonline on Twitter for further details.

As well as dealing with insurance intermediaries, Insurance Protector Group (IPG), owned by Commercial Express, works directly with landlords, small businesses and trades people providing them with tailored business insurance solutions.  For further details, visit:

Sarah Pritchard, Director of Commercial Express, said:  “As a lifelong Bluenose, I am excited and proud to have this opportunity to sponsor my team and look forward to a long and prosperous relationship. Keep Right On!”

“I’m delighted to welcome Commercial Express on board as one of our official partners," said Ian Dutton, Blues’ Head of Commercial. “This arrangement gives brands a real opportunity to sample the best form of sponsorship in sport, without the commitment of a full season and the associated costs that go with it.”