Direct Commercial announces partnership with Essex Cricket
DCL have teamed up with Essex Cricket as sponsors for the 2020 season.
Essex County Cricket Club are one of 18 first-class counties in England and Wales, located in Chelmsford at The Cloudfm County Ground. In 2019, Essex became Double Champions after winning the County Championship and Vitality Blast, becoming the first side in history to win both in the same season.
Darrell Fox, Commercial Manager at Essex Cricket, said: “We’re really pleased to be welcoming the team from DCL to our portfolio of Partners.
“We’re lucky here at Essex Cricket that we have the backing of so many local companies and brands, and DCL are another Chelmsford-based firm showing their support for the Club during these uncertain times, which means a lot.”
“I’m sure the partnership will be a success and we’re looking forward to welcoming Direct Commercial to The Cloudfm County Ground at the next available opportunity.”
CEO of Direct Commercial, Phil Cunningham, said, “we are absolutely delighted to become sponsors and very much look forward to being able to visit the ground when things are a little more normal. Essex Cricket are such an important part of the local community and a fantastic team so being just a little part of that is great for us as we continue to grow.”’
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