We’re delighted to confirm that Cadbury will be continuing as our principal partners in the 2021-22 campaign.
The deal will see the world-renowned chocolate brand donate their home shirt sponsorship to Sharpes of Nottingham
for the second successive season, while fellow local businesses Treetop Catering and Arthur Johnson & Sons, the owners of Nottingham’s historic cattle market, will be gifted further advertising by Cadbury.
Our commercial operations manager, Jordan Worthington, said: “We’re absolutely thrilled to continue our unique partnership with such a huge global brand.
“Not only will three fantastic local businesses be benefitting from the deal, including Sharpes who are guaranteed to provide travel for the squad and supporters throughout the duration of the contract, but our fans can also look forward to some exciting stadium activations once crowd restrictions are lifted.”
James Sharpe, operations director at Sharpes, added: “We’re so excited to once again be on the front of Notts’ home shirts going into what we hope will be a very successful 2021-22 campaign.
“The pandemic has been really tough for us as a business but the exposure we’ve received as part of this deal has really enhanced our profile. We’ll always be grateful to Cadbury and Notts County for this amazing opportunity.”
Nick Rogers, senior brand manager at Cadbury, also added: “We are extremely proud to continue our unique partnership with Notts County.
"Together we will build on what we have achieved in our first season and continue to deepen the positive impact we are able to have through shared community goals.”