Boroughmuir Bears extend partnership with Deans Properties LLP

Branding of the leading Lothians-based property solicitors and estate agents firm will continue to be displayed on back of shirt until 2025

Boroughmuir Bears captain Craig Keddie flanked by Andrew Deans and Kyle MacDonald of Deans Properties LLP
Boroughmuir Bears captain Craig Keddie flanked by Andrew Deans and Kyle MacDonald of Deans Properties LLP

BOROUGHMUIR BEARS have announced an extension to their partnership with Deans Properties LLP in an updated deal for the next two years, extending the full duration of relationship to four years.

The branding of the leading Lothians-based property solicitors and estate agents firm will continue to be displayed on the back of the Bears shirt until 2025.

“It is terrific for the Bears we can conclude an extension which will see us working together until 2025,” said Boroughmuir Bears General Manager Rob Moffat. “Business across the country has been challenged in recent years by the cost-of-living crisis and the pandemic so to be able to extend our partnership shows the quality of the people and the business.”

Andrew Deans, Deans Property Director for the firm, added: “We at Deans have very much enjoyed supporting the Bears for the last two years and are thrilled to be continuing our relationship by extending our sponsorship until 2025.

“We value the emphasis the Bears place on the commitment to the growth and evolution of the players from the junior years through the academy and the sense of community within the Club. We are looking forward to the season ahead and will be there to support the Bears throughout.”

 


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