Huddersfield Town and Made by Cooper have signed a new commercial agreement that sees the local Huddersfield business continue as the main title sponsor of P4P9.
Made by Cooper, based in Lion Chambers, St George’s Square, creates enamel lapel pin badges, patches, medals, toys and much more. With a team of professional designers to help realise your ideas, the business ships worldwide with about 40% of customers in the USA.
Made by Cooper works with all type of clients, from individuals that want keepsakes for their weeding day, to international companies such as the BBC, ITV, HSBC, Tate Modern, Warner Bros, and many more including Town Foundation. Made by Cooper is local company with respected worldwide reputation for quality and design.
Oliver Ker, Managing Director at Made by Cooper, said:
“Being born and brought up in Huddersfield, I’ve always followed Town’s progress and now to be a part of the Club for a second year is a great honour; I’m looking forward to what this next year brings. The success the team had on and off the pitch last year was fantastic, and its great to see that continue while the club are in the Premier League”
“We are also excited to continue to be the title sponsor for P4P9. We’ve watched the event grow over the years and had friends participate in the past who speak very highly of it, so it’s a pleasure to be involved in a much-loved community fundraising event for an excellent cause.
“With the amount of people at the launch it’s a reflection of its popularity and we are looking forward to being involved.”
Huddersfield Town, Commercial Director, Sean Jarvis, commented:
“I am delighted that Made by Cooper has continued to be the title sponsor of our second European P4P9 adventure.
“It has proven to be incredibly popular and looks set to be a challenging, but no doubt rewarding, experience, raising vital funds for a life-saving charity.
“On behalf of Huddersfield Town and the Yorkshire Air Ambulance, I would like to thank Made by Cooper for its support and valued contribution to the charity.”