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RUFC - Club Announce New Partnership

RUFC - Club Announce New Partnership

Rotherham United have announced a new four year deal with genesissports to become the next kit sponsors.

The new deal will include supplying the club with PUMA licensed technical, replica and training kits for the next four years.

Speaking to the Official Site, Steve Coakley, the Millers Commercial Director said, 'We are thrilled to announce the association with PUMA, who are one of the world's leaders in sports merchandise.

'I know they will bring an expertise and professionalism which will lead to a long a productive partnership, which will be invaluable as we move into the new stadium and develop our retail operation and I believe this is another example of the progress we are making as a club.

'PUMA have associations with some of the leading clubs in the world of sport and now add the name of Rotherham United to their portfolio speaks volumes about the direction we are headed.'

Puma's UK Marketing Director, Roger Harrison said he is looking forward to working with Rotherham United. 'This deal will give PUMA great exposure throughout the Yorkshire region and with great kit and good service we will be an excellent partner for the club.'


Parkgate Shopping will remain the main shirt sponsor of the new PUMA shirt while Perrys will continue to sponsor the back of the shirt.

Click here to see the Official Site's picture of what the new shirt will look like



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Thursday March 31 2011
Time: 1:39PM

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What do you think of the new kit? I think it looks OK
herringthorpe
31/03/2011 15:32:00
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I like it, particularly the red edge to the sleeve and the white V neck.
sixpence
01/04/2011 00:42:00
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