Doncaster Rovers have launched a new initiative to pledge their commitment to the business community in Doncaster.
The Rovers Business Promise has been introduced to provide businesses with support and platform to promote their services as well as to generate new business partnerships.
Doncaster’s biggest fitness provider, Doncaster Culture and Leisure Trust, and respected solicitor firm Atteys have given their support to the initiative, which will look to forge lasting corporate relationships.
Michael Hart, Chief Executive of DCLT said: “It is great that the Rovers are being so proactive and engaging with the business community in this way. DCLT have been working with the club to develop key partnerships and engage with local businesses and we are fully supportive of the Business Promise.
The club’s promise pledges that businesses will receive a professional service from whole team, whether businesses are a first time customer or key partner at the Stadium and the Rovers team will ensure business needs are fully understood.
Rovers’ Head of Commercial Andrew Whitham said: “Having DCLT and Atteys Solicitors supporting the initiative highlights the kind of connections that our Business Promise can help create.
“We are excited to work with local companies of all sizes to help them achieve their aims. Together, we can use the Rovers as a catalyst to spread the message that Doncaster is a great place to do business.”
Doncaster Chamber of Commerce are also backing the Rovers Business Promise. Dan Fell, Deputy CEO at Doncaster Chamber of Commerce, said: “The Rovers are a great asset to Doncaster and they play an important role in the economy. The Chamber is delighted to support this pledge and to see a renewed commitment to working with and supporting the local business community whether than be through events, engendering civic pride or inspiring young people and tomorrow’s workforce.”
For more information about the Doncaster Rovers’ Business Promise, visit www.doncasterroversfc.co.uk or call 01302 764 665.