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Sponsorship.Bid Partnership launch

Somerset FA have partnered with an innovative online sponsorship sales platform to facilitate investment into grassroots football.

Somerset FA have partnered with sponsorship.bid in order to allow leagues, clubs and facilities an easy way to attract vital investment and sponsorship. 

Sponsorship.Bid is an online platform for buying and selling sponsorship and brand promotion opportunities in the Sports, Entertainment, Events and Media industries.

Conor, Marketing and Commercial Partnerships Officer at Somerset FA said: We were really impressed by the platform and the interest that it has generated even before it's official launch. We are delighted to have uploaded some of the sponsorship opportunities available at Somerset FA to the site, and encourage our clubs, leagues and facilities across Somerset to do the same and generate vital income!

Opportunities at Somerset FA include County Cup competitions, our Representative Football Teams, Awards Night and individual wards as well as more to come"

This simple model, similar to eBay where opportunities are free to list, allows Corporations, Businesses and individuals seeking a team, a player, a venue or an event to sponsor, the ability to search, bid or purchase in real time with no risk to the seller if their opportunity does not sell.

Conversely, a player, team, venue or event can list an opportunity and immediately gain access to the network of www.sponsorship.bid, opening up a whole new world of opportunity that may otherwise be missed.

Simplistic in its design, www.sponsorship.bid offers users the ability to add new lots in minutes, instantly publishing the opportunity and immediately reaching a much wider audience than most currently enjoy.

The platform includes a buy now function as well as providing an opportunity to bid, propose or even speculate from either side of the equation. 

Clubs, leagues and facilities can find out more information on the sponsorship.bid website or by contacting Mark Shortland, CEO.