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Energy supplier increases support of the Town to sponsor back of home and away shirts

25 August 2020

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Luton Town are delighted to announce that Utilita have significantly increased their investment and support of the Club during these difficult times.

Following on from the last day heroics that clinched the Hatters’ position in the Sky Bet Championship, Utilita will continue to support the Club as we look towards the future and Power Court.

Utilita’s logo will feature on the back of the home and away shirts next season in all first team matches.

Founded back in 2003, Utilita Energy is one of the nation's fastest-growing independent energy suppliers – currently powering more than 800,000 UK customers. It’s established itself as a hugely-recognisable brand within British football, having supplied power to a number of iconic stadiums – including Ibrox, Selhurst Park and Villa Park – while partnering with over 20 clubs.

Jem Maidment, Utilita's Chief Marketing Officer, said: “This has been a time of great uncertainty for football – and, indeed, for all of us – so we are absolutely delighted to be in a position to increase our support of Luton Town.

“We believe - with a new stadium on the horizon - Luton’s a club on the up after securing Championship status just a few short weeks ago, and we consider it an honour to have our logo on the back of both home and away jerseys for at least the next two seasons.

“Utilita’s commitment to football – from grass-roots to Premier League – is there for all to see. Over the coming seasons we want to use football to educate households on how small changes can make a big difference to your energy bills – and the environment – through our Energy High 5 campaign.”

Luton Town FC CEO, Gary Sweet, added: “Utilita have shown a real commitment to supporting British Football with partnerships and projects across the game. We’re delighted to continue and enhance our relationship with Utilita moving forward. We will support their drive to use football to educate energy consumers across the country to make big differences to their consumption in line with their Energy High 5 movement.”

Central to the new partnership will be Utilita’s Energy High 5 movement, which enables every household to use around £163 less energy each year by making five simple and free changes at home. Anyone can sign up to start saving, without being a Utilita customer. For more information please click HERE

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