NICEIC has renewed its deal to sponsor newly promoted Championship side Luton Town FC.


The NICEIC logo will appear on the back of the Hatters’ shorts and away kits for the 2019/20 season. The latest deal marks a decade of continued sponsorship between NICEIC and Luton Town FC. This season’s partnership will kick off in style with Luton taking on Middlesbrough live on Sky Sports on Friday, August 2.

Paul Collins, Communications Manager at NICEIC, pictured above with Hatters defender Sonny Bradley, commented: “We are delighted to once again support Luton Town FC and couldn’t ask for a better start.

“Luton will be kicking off the new season in front of a TV audience of millions. It will ensure great coverage for the NICEIC brand and promotion to the Championship will bring further TV exposure throughout the season.”

In addition to the shirt deal NICEIC will be updating its boards around the ground including new LED adverts promoting NICEIC registered contractors. There will also be increased advertising in the club programme and around Kenilworth stadium, where Luton regularly attract sell-out crowds for their home games.

Paul added: “We are committed to promoting our contractors in new and innovative ways and will continue to push the benefits of using an NICEIC registered electrician.

“We would like to wish the management and players at Luton Town FC all the best and we are looking forward to another great season working together.”

Commercial manager at Luton Town FC, David Hoskins, commented: “We are delighted to have NICEIC on board again.

“They are great supporters of our club and have been with us all the way, from our time in the Conference to where we are today.

“It has been a positive journey for both organisations and we look forward to more success over the next few years.”

Luton’s home against Middlesbrough will be the curtain raiser for the Football league’s 2019/20 season. It takes place on Friday August 2 and will be live on Sky Sports. Kick off from 7.45pm

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