Notts County FC strike partnership with Access Training

Following this new sponsorship deal, Access Training will get its logo featured in front of Notts County's home jersey.

Notts County Football Club have secured a new partnership deal with the Nottingham-based company, Access Training Ltd. for the upcoming 2022-23 season.

Following this new sponsorship deal, Access Training will get its logo featured in front of Notts County’s home jersey.
The accord, made possible by Cadbury‘s benevolence, will enable Access Training, one of the East Midlands’ largest independent training providers, to cater to a much wider audience.

Cadbury, which is the world’s famous chocolate has generously offered to assist Access Training with marketing initiatives, due to the British company’s partnership with the football club. Access Training is one of the numerous companies based in Nottingham that have faced the wrath of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Corrina Hembury, Managing Director of Access Training, said, “Working with Notts County and Cadbury in this way is such an exciting opportunity for us. Our region’s young learners and job seekers have been hit hard by Covid. We offer them a helping hand in improving their skills, building their confidence, offering pastoral care, and improving their employability. We’re looking forward to working together with the club on an exciting schedule of activities for the year ahead, and giving even more local people access to the futures they deserve.”
Head of Commercial at Notts County, Jordan Worthington, said, “Engaging our fans, their families and the wider community has long been a cornerstone of our historic club. Access Training has touched the lives of thousands of people over its nearly 40-year heritage. Inviting them to become a 2022-23 home Front-of-Shirt sponsor will allow us to match our supporters – whether they be learners, their family members or local business owners – with appropriate skills training.”
Nick Rogers, Cadbury Sponsorship Lead, commented, “There’s perhaps no better way to empower young people than by giving them access to practical training and education. During a time of economic uncertainties, bringing together Access Training and Notts County in this way aims to raise awareness of the important opportunities and resources available to support young people in their local communities.
“Cadbury was founded on the ethos of generosity and we’re extremely proud to support this work, which builds on our other collaborations with football clubs across the UK and deepens the positive impact we are able to have.”

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