Chamber launches new partnership with Lincoln City Football Club

Chamber launches new partnership with Lincoln City Football Club

Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce a new partnership with The Imps which will see the football club continue their role as a patron.

The Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce is a not-for-profit membership organisation supporting local businesses in Lincolnshire.

The Chamber is enhanced by being part of a worldwide network and is one of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) Accredited Chambers, the largest and most powerful network for business in the UK.

Lincoln City FC Head of Commercial, Andrew Whitham was delighted to work with the Chamber saying: “A partnership with Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce is the perfect link between the club and the business community.

“We have forged many partnerships over the last few years, and this is a great opportunity for both club and Chamber to showcase what a great region Lincolnshire is to do business. It has been a tough time for many businesses over the last 12 months but to have an active Chamber supporting those organisations throughout is fantastic.

“Being a patron of the chamber is a fantastic title and one which the club is incredibly proud. There will be many joint events to keep an eye out for over the coming months as the world returns to a level of normality.”

Chief Executive of Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce, Simon Beardsley said: “Being a key business partner in Lincolnshire, Lincoln City FC plays an integral role in the success and growth of our local economy.

“We are really delighted to be continuing this partnership with the club and are look forward to further building on this relationship through 2021 and beyond.”

"Lincoln City FC plays an integral role in the success and growth of our local economy."

Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce’s business development executive Alex Bavin and Lincoln City’s head of commercial Andrew Whitham

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