10 Nov 17
By Media Team
Posted in Team News

New Headline Sponsor for Broncos

London Broncos are delighted to announce their new headline sponsor for the 2018 season.

London Broncos have gone into partnership for the forthcoming 2018 season with Bartercard as their front of shirt, headline sponsor heralding a return to a relationship first started back in 2004 when the national leverage business were first on the shirt.

The deal sees the Broncos becoming part of Bartercard’s ever growing portfolio of sporting relationships alongside clubs such as Featherstone Rovers and Scotland Rugby League.

London Broncos CEO, Jason Loubser, said, ” We are very excited about having such a marquee brand back on the shirt this season. We have worked very hard to get the deal over the line and between ourselves, Bartercard, Errea Sport and Buy Sports Kit Pro we think we have designed a shirt that everyone can be proud of. Bartercard have been great to work with over the years and we look forward to a successful season with them by our side.”

This latest news follows after Bartercard – the world’s largest trade exchange offering a barter-trading system for businesses to exchange goods and services within a global community – supported the London Broncos as match sponsors earlier this year.

Philip Ciniglio, CEO of Bartercard, said: “It’s fantastic to be Exclusive Partner and Official Headline Sponsor of London Broncos Rugby League. Bartercard has always looked to support sports clubs. We will help London Broncos and other enterprises make additional revenue which will allow them to put more money into the team.”

Bartercard offers a barter-trading system for businesses to exchange goods and services within a global community. Bartercard acts as a third party record keeper to enable SMEs to purchase goods and services by utilising “Trade Pounds” as a currency across their global network of businesses.

Globally, Bartercard operates in nine countries including Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, USA, Thailand, Cyprus, UAE, South Africa and France.

For more information, visit www.bartercard.co.uk. Follow @BartercardUK on Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+ and like on Facebook.