The Kitmart Dundee Stars are delighted to welcome Scottish Debt Help onboard as a new sponsor for the 2018/19 Elite Ice Hockey League season.
Based in Glasgow, with offices nationwide, Scottish Debt Help are one of Scotland’s leading Debt services, providing support and options to people & families in debt, and helping them along the way to being free of debt.
The deal will see the Scottish Debt Help logo appear on the front of the Stars jersey amongst many other things. At their sponsored match in late December, they will be working with local charities to offer tickets to families in the Dundee area who will be unable to provide a Christmas present to their children.
Simon Bailey, Head of Marketing for Scottish Debt Help, is thrilled with the new sponsorship deal, saying;
“This deal with the Dundee Stars is the beginning of our journey with Ice Hockey, a sport which puts its fans first more than any other in the UK. The deal we’ve been able to secure with Commercial Manager Elliot Shaw and the Stars organisation is a huge step for ourselves, and we’re thrilled to have been able to develop a package with the Stars which sees our community needs met, whilst also helping to promote the business and work we do.
I know under the guidance of GM & Head Coach Omar Pacha, whom I spent time with at the Manchester Storm, the Dundee Stars will continue to put the fans and the local community first – something that we also aim to do here at Scottish Debt Help.
Once again, we’re thrilled to be sponsoring the Stars for the upcoming season, and we can’t wait to see what Omar & his squad can achieve on the ice this season”.
Meanwhile, Commercial Manager Elliot Shaw of the Stars added;
“We are delighted to be bringing Scottish Debt Help onboard as commercial partners for season 2018/19. Their addition is one of many new businesses joining us this season as we continue to grow as an organisation. Simon and the team have been great to work with and I am looking forward to building a positive relationship over the course of the season”.