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Stadium Support Services Signs Sponsorship Deal with QPR

Stadium Support Services Signs Sponsorship Deal with QPR
18 September 2023
 

Stadium Support Services has signed a sponsorship deal with its FM client Queens Park Rangers Football Club.

The agreement includes high-visibility branding at Loftus Road Stadium in Shepherds Bush and the creation of an exclusive lounge, located in the southwest corner of the stadium.

Scott Hudson, Operations Director of Stadium Support Services, said: "We're excited about this sponsorship deal with QPR. As a business headquartered in West London, we have close ties to the local community. Coupled with the fact that many of our employees are devoted QPR supporters, it makes us eager to continue strengthening our collaboration with the club."

Joseph Noble, Commercial Director at Stadium Support Services, added: "The new lounge will provide a fantastic opportunity to bring together our family, friends, colleagues, and prospective clients in one of the most atmospheric stadiums in the country."

In 2023, Stadium Support Services re-signed an FM deal with the football club. Stadium had worked with QPR for the last four years, focusing on capex and maintenance projects. The new contract covers maintenance, match-day logistics, and project management.

Picture: From left to right: Kevin Hudson, MD, Stadium Support Services, Gareth Ainsworth, Club Manager, QPR and Scott Hudson, Operations Director, Stadium Support Services. Image Credit: Stadium Support Services

Article written by Ella Tansley | Published 18 September 2023

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