Yü Energy Powers Up Bolton Wanderers Football Club FSM

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Bolton Wanderers Football Club and

business utility supplier Yü

Energy have announced a new wide- ranging partnership agreement. The Nottingham based business

energy and water supplier will provide utilities until mid-2021 and will also be partnering on a range of energy related initiatives including the provision of electric vehicle charging points for the University of Bolton Stadium. Yü Energy will be the club’s designated back of shirt sponsor until the end of the 2020/21 playing season. The new partnership builds on the existing

relationship, with Yü Energy having supplied energy to Bolton since 2017. After the club fell into administration and following the subsequent takeover by FVWL Football Limited, Yü Energy worked closely with the Club to find a viable solution that could help to establish an ongoing mutually beneficial partnership and support the Club in regaining a sound commercial footing. Yü Energy CEO Bobby Kalar welcomed the deal. “We are absolutely delighted to announce this new partnership with

water supply all in one place as well as enhancing the stadium facilities with the addition of EV charge points. Bolton Wanderers CEO,

Beaugeard, Emma commented on the

partnership. “We were impressed with how Yü Energy worked with us to quickly find a positive commercial solution to our utility needs. “We’re


Bolton Wanderers FC,” said Bobby. “It’s an honour for Yü Energy

to be

powering the University of Bolton Stadium and continuing our partnership with such a historic football club. “We recognise the vital role the Club plays in the local community. We have worked hard with the team at Bolton and utilised our robust internal financial controls to find a win-win commercial solution that would allow the club to rebuild and continue to flourish.

continue to benefit from our unique multi- utility

“Our partnership offering, with


allow Bolton to convenience

of bringing together the gas, electricity and will facilities with the addition

enhancement of our stadium and hotel

forward to the of

electric vehicle charging that will boost our sustainability. “We are delighted to welcome Yü Energy

as our new back of shirt sponsor, and we look forward to working closely with the team at Yü to further develop our partnership.”

Aviva unveiled a new sensory hub

Aviva, Ireland’s largest insurer, have unveiled a new sensory hub in Aviva Stadium as part of its long running sponsorship of the home of Irish rugby and soccer. The hub includes a Cubbie Booth sensory solution and will be accessible to all fans attending matches and concerts in the iconic venue. Aviva is committed to promoting diversity and inclusivity across all areas of its business, including its sponsorships. With the help of Irish rugby legend Jamie Heaslip and Republic of Ireland footballer James McClean, Aviva revealed the Aviva Sensory Hub and invited a number of families living with autism and ASD issues to experience the hub at the launch. In Ireland, one in 20 people have sensory issues such as ADHD, dyspraxia and SPD, while one in 50 have been diagnosed with autism. The spectrum disorder, which includes Asperger’s, affects everyone differently, but is usually characterised by difficulty with social interaction and communication. The stadium can be a very overwhelming environment for people with sensory issues and Aviva want to try and help to combat that. The Aviva Sensory Hub offers a multi- sensory space to both children and adults

and can adapt to the individual needs of each user. It delivers a total sensory management system, which reduces sensory overload

and disruption. The state-of-the-art sensory booth is free for any fan to use during their visit to Aviva stadium.


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