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Bristol Audi continue longstanding partnership with Bears

Bristol Audi will continue its longstanding association with Bristol Bears during the 2019/20 Gallagher Premiership campaign, as well as launching a new partnership with Bristol Bears Women.

A club partner for more than 10 years, Bristol Audi will retain its branding on the men’s training wear, as well as around Ashton Gate Stadium, while their logo will also feature on the Bears Women shorts.

Steve Smith, head of business, Bristol Audi said: “We really believe in the values and community focus that Pat Lam, Kim Oliver and the team have at Bristol Bears and Bristol Bears Women.

“We, like the Bears, focus ourselves on our culture and the part we play in the Bristol community.

“A local, family-run business, employing 140 local people, Bristol Audi is a keen supporter of top-level men’s and women’s sport in the city.

“We are really looking forward to the 2019/20 season and feel a sense of excitement.”

Bristol Sport group head of commercial, Caroline Herbert, said: “It’s fantastic to have Bristol Audi continue their partnership with Bristol Bears, as well as forging a new one with Bristol Bears Women.

“Bristol Audi’s commitment to sport and community in the region is a fantastic testament to their brand values and unique corporate culture. They’re one of the Bears’ longest and most loyal partners, so we are delighted to further extend our relationship.”

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