Barry Town United are delighted to announce a new sponsorship agreement with CREO, one of Wales’ leading brand and digital agencies.
This exciting partnership will see the CREO logo appear on our kit for the forthcoming season, with the company working alongside the club to deliver a range of digital assets over the coming months.
This will include new imagery for social media as well as a new website that will bring all elements of our club under one digital umbrella.
Jordan Thorne, Creative Director at CREO commented:
“For us as a team, and as passionate football fans in general, we feel incredibly proud to be sponsoring Barry Town. It’s a club with an illustrious history and a fantastic future. During these unprecedented times, it’s essential for clubs to engage with supporters fully and the development of a new digital platform will support the club in achieving this objective.
“It will offer a professional look that helps promote the club in its entirety whilst representing the JD Cymru Premier in a positive manner. We find ourselves within strange times and the unique visual language we have created will allow the club to speak to their supporters and stakeholders in a new and engaging way, helping to strengthen relationships and build new ones.
“We would like to thank the board directors and members, as well as the media team, first-team manager Gavin Chesterfield and all connected to the club in allowing us this fantastic opportunity – put wind in our sails and we can go anywhere. Up the Town.”
Richard Ward, CREO Managing Director commented:
“CREO are extremely proud to sponsor Barry Town United Football Club for the forthcoming season. Barry Town have an incredibly rich and successful history both domestically and in European competitions.
“I personally am looking forward to engaging with the club and its fantastic fan base. Living locally I know how much the club means to the community of Barry and hope that by bringing our digital and creative expertise to the table we can showcase this great football club to the wider world.”