Stirling to sponsor Birmingham City at the Club Legends Cup

24th June 2014


Birmingham based business brokers and transfer specialists Stirling Business Solutions Ltd, will be sponsoring the Birmingham City shirts for the inaugural Club Legends Cup at the LG Arena on Saturday July 12th 2014.

Their main purpose is to find buyers for businesses for sale and to seek out acquisitions for buyers and investors. Their wealth of experience coupled with effective and proven marketing services help provide potential buyers quickly, in order to meet their objective of finding six potential buyers within three months, for their clients.

In addition, Stirling has recently become an official charity partner of Cure Leukaemia - read the story here >

 

Mark Pilsbury, Director of Stirling said,

 

“We are delighted to be sponsoring the Birmingham City team captained by my good friend, Darren Purse in the Club Legends Cup on July 12th at the LG Arena.

 

It promises to be a fantastic day and hopefully we will raise lots of money for Cure Leukaemia.”

James McLaughlin Chief Executive of Cure Leukaemia said,

 

“We’re thrilled Stirling will be sponsoring the Birmingham City shirts for the Club Legends Cup. The shirts look fantastic and I’m sure the players will look very smart on the day. Stirling have shown great enthusiasm since becoming charity partners of Cure Leukaemia and it’s great they will be involved on July 12th.”


The shirts of Aston Villa, Coventry City and West Bromwich Albion are still available for businesses to sponsor. For more information on the packages available click HERE and to enquire further please email clc@cureleukaemia.co.uk or call 0121 236 9202.


 


Tickets for the Club Legends Cup are on sale priced at £10 for Adults and £2 for Under-16s (plus booking fees) and can be purchased from the LG Arena Website HERE or by calling 0800 338 8000.

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