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Design firm Chenery Creative sponsors Ipswich Wanderers’ under 15s

PUBLISHED: 12:12 25 October 2017

Ipswich Wanderers Under 15s sporting their new kit, sponsored by Chenery Creative. Picture: CHRIS CHENERY

Ipswich Wanderers Under 15s sporting their new kit, sponsored by Chenery Creative. Picture: CHRIS CHENERY

Chris Chenery

Ipswich design company Chenery Creative has given its backing to a boys’ football team.

Creative director Chris Chenery stepped in when Ipswich Wanderers’ under 15s town team was looking for a sponsor.

Stepson, Robbie, plays for the team.

Ipswich Wanderers U-15 Town team are definitely looking good right now, thanks to this season’s sponsor, “We’ve worked with local shirt specialists, Total Football Ipswich, which will show the team off to their best. We know head coach Ed Birch will do a great job and motivate the lads to make it work on the pitch as well,” he said.

One of Chenery Creative’s clients was so impressed they’ve even ordered a replica shirt, he said. “They saw the team photo on our Facebook page and were looking for a shirt to train in for the Nottingham half-marathon. So the Wanderers’ brand is getting a boost around the country as well.”

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