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Kings fire into the future by launching their new logo, new kit, new sponsorship purposal document and host the first ever end of season awards!
The night started with an end of season review from Kings Head Coach, Jacqueline before the end of seasons awards.
next came, the logo reveal...
Followed by the new kit reveal
Did someone say new Kit? - Kings return to playing in Green!
It's Green with Grey stripes as our new "Darks" kit and sporting a new, Grey with Green stripes as our new "Lights" kit...
Followed by details on the new sponsorship proposal document....if your an local Berkshire based business or work for one that fancies supporting a fast-growing community focused 100% volunteered run wheelchair basketball club for our 2016/17 season... then drop us a line and we'll send you a copy...
Thinking of selling your home? or Know someone who is?Instruct Griffin & Co and they will donate 10% of their fee (before VAT) to the Thames Valley Kings Wheelchair Basketball Club
All you need to do is inform them upon instruction and when the sale of your home completes, Griffin & Co will hand over the donation to our club.
Rather than just making a 'one-off' donation, Griffin & Co believe that the more people that instruct them - the more donations they can make! Thus enabling our club to grow throughout the entire year with multiple donations.
In addition, based on selling a property worth £250,000, you could look to make a saving of £600 incl. VAT compared to an agent charging 1% + VAT.
Win with Griffin & Co
In addition, instruct Griffin & Co. to sell your home in August and be entered into 'Key to the Cash' with a chance to win £500 in cash!
* Subject to Terms and Conditions
The Thames Valley Kings made front page news in the Thatcham Observer newspaper with our ongoing sponsorship bid
Kings Head Coach, Jacqueline spoke with Observer reporter Adam Flinn - "It would be really great to have sponsorship on board to enable us to continue to expand as we have done over our history, The sports chairs themselves cost £2,500 each and a lot of funding in the past has gone on the cost of chairs, and we've bought 20 as a club in our lifetime."
"I'd like another couple of chairs, so a couple of thousand pounds would make a big difference But even £10 I would be chuffed with"
Head Coach and founder, Jacqueline Scoins-Cass MBE appeared this afternoon on the Phil Kennedy Drivetime radio show to talk about Open Sponsorship Opportunities on BBC Radio Berkshire
The Thames Valley Kings Wheelchair Basketball Club is 100% Volunteers Run and runs solely on donations & sponsorship Whether you're a small or large business, are interested in a long or short term sponsorship, Please consider the Thames ValleyKings Wheelchair Basketball Club
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