Hughie Construction strike sponsorship deal

Last updated : 24 April 2020 By Millersmad

Hughie Construction already have offices at the New York Stadium and have signed a deal to see thier logo on the back of next season's away shirts.

“These are difficult times for us all and I think the fact that Hughie Construction have signed this deal now really shows that their relationship with Rotherham United is continuing to grow,” the Millers Commercial Director Steve Coakley told the clubs official website.

“It has been great to see Hughie Construction go from strength-to-strength as a business in recent years and we are delighted to have them on our premises at AESSEAL New York Stadium, where we have regular conversations about our respective progress.

“Despite the circumstances in which we are all currently living, we are remaining extremely commercially active and we are thrilled to have agreed another deal in the absence of match action.

“I know I speak on behalf of everyone at the club when I say that I am excited to continue to work with Richard and his staff at Hughie Construction for at least a further year and I am hopeful that we continue to be successful together.” Coakley added.

Meanwhile, Hughe MD Richard Kirk, said; “We have really enjoyed all of our business ventures with Rotherham United, from helping out around the club with various building works to moving into our new offices here at AESSEAL New York Stadium, We see this kit sponsorship deal as the next logical step in what has been a really positive business relationship to date."

“It has been fantastic to work alongside the club who continue to do a fantastic job in ensuring revenue is still being generated at these troubling times, and we were delighted to be able to play a part by pledging our support now."

“We have found that being based at the stadium has only enhanced what was already a flourishing relationship and the close contact we have with the people at the club has, and will hopefully continue to, open doors for both parties.” he added.