Tuesday October 1 2019

ITEC Gets Behind Plymouth Argyle with Kit Sponsorship

ITEC Gets Behind Plymouth Argyle with Kit Sponsorship

13 September 2019 – Bristol-based technology managed services provider ITEC has thrown its support behind Plymouth Argyle for another year by committing to become the club’s back of shirt partner for the 2019/20 campaign.

ITEC has been a long-time supporter of Argyle, committing to the club through events like the Golf Days, as well as purchasing advertising cladding in the stadium. ITEC also provides technology support to Argyle and is working with the club to provide the new Mayflower Grandstand development’s technology services – which includes hosting, telephony, WiFi, and IT support.

For the Bristol-based company, which has a large contingent of Argyle fans in its Plymouth office, now is the right time to strengthen their partnership.

Nick Orme, ITEC CEO, said, “ITEC is extremely proud to be so integral to the success of the new PAFC grandstand. As a team of devoted Argyle fans, we are delighted to offer our expertise and support straight from our Plymouth office. As our technology and sponsorship partnership continues to grow, we can’t wait to see what the team can deliver this season.

ITEC Plymouth supports many prominent local businesses with their IT services such as Theatre Royal, Burts Chips and Marjon University, and we've worked with Plymouth Argyle FC for many years now. This new step forwards with Argyle cements our partnership as we work together to provide world class technology facilities at the new Grandstand, and we're very excited to see what we can achieve together.”

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"This new step forwards with Argyle cements our partnership as we work together to provide world class technology facilities at the new Grandstand."
Nick Orme, CEO at ITEC

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