Huddersfield Town and Chadwick Lawrence has renewed its partnership ahead of the 2014/15 Championship season.
Solicitors Chadwick Lawrence was one of the first partners during the Club’s ‘New Era’ when they joined ahead of the 2008/09 season.
Over the last couple of years Chadwick Lawrence and Town have teamed up to host the popular ‘Yorkshire Business Forum’. The last four forums have seen famous sports broadcaster Jon Motson, former England Manager Kevin Keegan, former England Rugby Union Captain Bill Beaumont and former England ‘keeper Peter Shilton (click HERE) appear as guests in front a 300 strong crowd of regional business delegates.
The Firm has also contributed to helping Huddersfield Town and the Yorkshire Air Ambulance raise £1m through the Keep it Up (KIU) campaign. They have held two corporate 5 a-side football tournaments with Town at the Zone, taken on the Walk for Pounds and the Pedal for Pounds challenges with all proceeds from the events donated to KIU.
Huddersfield Town’s Senior Commercial Manager Tracy Nelson is pictured in front of the Chadwick Lawrence stand at the John Smith’s Stadium with Employment Law Specialist Neil Wilson.
Commenting on the partnership, Tracy said:
“Chadwick Lawrence has become one of the Club’s closest partners since officially becoming a part of the Huddersfield Town ‘family’ in 2008.
“Since then Chadwick Lawrence has been heavily involved with a lot of the Club’s business forums and networking events. We are delighted that they have chosen to support the Club during the 2014/15 season and we hope to continue our strong and prosperous partnership.”
Neil Wilson added:
“The opportunity to continue our partnership with the Club is something the Firm was keen to take up. The partnership provides an excellent opportunity for us not only to show our support for the Club, but also to cement strong commercial relationships and allow our own clients and contacts to enjoy the first class matchday hospitality and entertainment on offer. We look forward to another enjoyable year being part of the family.”