Photo caption (from left to right): Wolverhampton Wanderers player Ryan Bennett, Simon Stretch and Steve Wood from Bidfood in Birmingham, and Willy Boly also from Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Local foodservice provider Bidfood in Birmingham, announced the extension of its partnership with the Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club to support them in their exciting first season in the official Premier League.
Bidfood in Birmingham has worked closely with the Wolves team for the past eight years as their local foodservice provider, and their exclusive sponsor and partner. The new deal will see Bidfood continue to support the team in their development, but now throughout their time in the exciting Premier League. Bidfood plans to work closely with the team to support internal recruitment as well as continuing to host various community events at the stadium, and customer networking functions on event days.
Talking about the partnership, Steve Wood, Head of Free Trade Sales at Bidfood in Birmingham said: “We are thrilled to extend our partnership with the amazing Wolves team in time for their exciting season in the Premier League! The team have worked extremely hard to get to where they are, and I am sure that their talents and dedication will do them well in their new position in the Premier League.
“Along with our partnership supporting Wolves in their growth and development, we are also focusing on working with them to support the local community even more”
Now that Wolves are officially part of the Premier League, the partnership will be able to influence even more projects to support the community further and help people less fortunate.
Steve Morton, Head of Corporate Sales at Corporate Wolves, said: “We are delighted to have Bidfood on board for another season as an official partner.
“We have had a strong and long standing relationship with Bidfood for over a decade, consistently introducing new ways of enhancing the clubs catering offering and engage with the community.
We look forward to evolving our partnership further over the course of the 18/19 Premier League season and beyond.”