A youth football team are celebrating their latest win – a sponsorship deal with a leading Black Country firm.

Black Country Phoenix under 13s have netted a deal with award-winning Gravity Risk Services.

Stourbridge-based Gravity handed over £500 to sponsor the team’s kit.

The club now hopes the deal with Gravity will help them scale new heights in the league.

Mark Goodyear, Black Country Phoenix under 13s manager, said: 

“We’re delighted and so grateful Gravity stepped forward and offered to pay for a new kit for the team. Sports clubs like this have a really positive impact on children’s lives and Gravity have played a huge part in that.”

 

Dale Collett, managing director of Gravity Risk Services, added:

“It was an absolute privilege to be able to sponsor the team. As a local business it’s important we do what we can to support the local community. We hope the new strip brings them lots of luck on the pitch.”

Black Country Phoenix play in the Stourbridge and District Youth League. 


Notes to editors

Gravity Risk Services won the Growth Strategy of the year award 2018 at the Broker Network Conference Awards in October last year. The company won Broker of the Year award in 2014 and was a finalist in 2015 and 2017.

Earlier this year the business brought in six new faces at the firm including three apprentices as it bolstered its commitment to “invest in youth”. In November the business announced the transfer of Hagley Insurance Brokers into its business in a major takeover deal.

Gravity Risk Service has again been awarded Chartered Insurance Institute status, recognising its commitment to very high technical competence and qualifications, adoption of the code of ethics and a strong commitment to developing knowledge and skills. Put simply it makes us a national leader in our field when it comes to quality insurance advice and support.

Pictured: (left to right) Dale Collett, managing director at Gravity Risk Services, Mark Goodyear, Black Country Phoenix under 13s manager, and Alan Jones, assistant manager of the Under 13s.