News: New Sponsor for Sussex Cricket

Posted on 7th June 2017

Boundless to sponsor 2017 NatWest T20 Blast shirt

Sussex Cricket are delighted to announce that Boundless are their new shirt sponsors for this season’s NatWest T20 Blast competition.

Boundless, who help Civil Servants and Public Sector workers get the most out of their free time, will have their logo proudly displayed on Sussex Sharks’ new NatWest T20 Blast shirt, which was officially launched at The 1st Central County Ground.

Boundless are based locally in Brighton, and are passionate about helping their members get the most from their free time, from unique experiences and days out with the family, to big savings off a next holiday.

With a heritage and expertise dating back more than 90 years, they have carefully curated a huge range of great things to do, fantastic savings and inspiration to ensure their 240,000 members really make the most of their free time and create some wonderful memories. Boundless is also proud to be a mutual, so all profits go straight back into the club to benefit members.

There is already an existing partnership in place between Boundless and Sussex Cricket, with Sussex’s Members able to access their fantastic range of discounts and offers once they take out their membership at Hove.

Sussex’s NatWest T20 Blast campaign begins on Sunday 9th July as part of the Rathbones Arundel Festival of Cricket, when Glamorgan are the visitors to Arundel Castle, before the Sharks return to Hove on Wednesday 12th July, when they welcome South Coast rivals Hampshire.

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