According to the renewal, Strategic Solutions will continue to be the official partner of the club’s community sports trust for the 2023-24 PL season.
Another year 🤝— AFC Bournemouth 🍒 (@afcbournemouth) September 26, 2023
Long-term partners @StrategicSols will continue to work closely with the club and the local community ❤️
The brand also lends its support to the team on a broader scale, serving as the front-of-shirt sponsor for the under-18s and sponsoring the club’s Goal of the Month competition.
Rob Mitchell, Commercial Director at AFC Bournemouth, said, “Strategic Solutions are a long-standing partner of the club and one we’ve really enjoyed working with over the years. I look forward to continuing the good relationship we have and we’re very grateful for the support they give our community programme in the Money Management programme.”
Giles Wellington, Chartered Financial Planner Principal at Strategic Solutions, expressed, “Our community foundation is very happy to renew our collaboration with the sports trust and see this a great example of where working together can make a huge difference. Bournemouth staff delivering sessions on basic personal finance, in their training kit, unsurprisingly holds the attention of the children better than ‘men in suits’ on this important subject not normally covered in the curriculum.
He further stated, “Our community foundation is funded out of income from our advisers and matched by the firm. This initiative along with many other worthy causes over the last five years, is something we’re all really proud of”.
Prior to the progress, the Bournemouth-based club has also signed the dotted lines with brands such as Dun & Bradstreet, IFX Payments, Care South, DeWalt, Uber Eats, Dental, Tru Talent, Village Hotels, and Alan & Thomas.
Strategic Solutions is a multi-award-winning independent financial advisory firm based in the South of England that specialises in pension and investment advice. The corporation will contribute to the Money Management project, which will be delivered in primary and secondary schools throughout Dorset.
The Cherries are currently struggling in the ongoing English top flight, as they are lagging at the 17 spot of the points table. They will be facing Arsenal on Saturday, September 30 in their next encounter.