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Ravenscroft retain position as Principal Partner

Ravenscroft will retain their position as principal partner ahead of the 2021/22 campaign, the club are delighted to announce.

The investment services firm – now in their second season as principal partner – will continue to see branding feature on the front of the new home, away and European jerseys.

With a staff of more than 120 people and £7.75bn of assets under administration, Ravenscroft has offices in the UK, Guernsey, Jersey and the Isle of Man and has thousands of private and institutional clients across the world.

Group Head of Commercial Justine Kebby said: “The relationship with Bristol Sport and Ravenscroft has flourished over the past eighteen months. Not only are they a fantastic client, they have a keen interest in the unique Bristol Sport model and how we are growing the sport, both on a regional and national level.

"It’s a truly exciting time for Bristol Bears, so to be aligned to such a prestigious brand in Ravenscroft once again is something we’re incredibly proud of.”

Bears Chief-Executive Mark Tainton said: “The partnership with Ravenscroft grows from strength to strength and we really value their support.

Despite a pandemic affected season in 2020/21, Ravenscroft showed great innovation, engaging with the Bears and our fanbase through digital campaigns and activations. Their enthusiasm, integrity and exceptional knowledge underlined why they are the perfect fit for the club.

“With restrictions eased, it’s been fantastic to finally welcome the Ravenscroft team to the Bears High Performance Centre to meet players and staff. We know that their presence at Ashton Gate next season will have a really positive impact for the team.”

Jon Ravenscroft, group CEO of Ravenscroft said: “Ravenscroft is thrilled to be continuing our partnership with Bristol Bears for a second season which we hope will be a return to normality.

"While last season was unusual, the loyalty of the fans was clear to see and their enthusiasm and support, even when the gates were closed, propelled the players to train hard, play well and ultimately finish first in the Premiership regular season.

"We want to thank everyone for the warm welcome they gave Ravenscroft as sponsors and look forward to being at Ashton Gate this season.”

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