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Orion Group Extends Caley Thistle Shirt Sponsorship

Orion Group Extends Caley Thistle Shirt Sponsorship
Scottish Premier League side, Inverness Caledonian Thistle Football Club has announced the extension of its current shirt sponsorship deal with a leading Scottish manpower provider, worth a five-figure sum.

Orion Group, which is headquartered in Inverness, announced the deal with the SPL Highland Club on Thursday 2nd of February in the run-up to the much anticipated Scottish Cup 5th round tie against Celtic Football Club, this weekend (Saturday 4th February). Orion Group has sponsored the Club since season 2010/11.

The company, which has offices around the world, specialises in providing contract and permanent staff to the engineering industry and has 3500 personnel in the UK and 1500 worldwide at any one time.

Ian Martin, deputy chairman of Orion Group, said: “The Club is not only an integral part of Scottish football, but also of the local area and we are pleased to offer our support for another season.

“Football is a global game and we have been extremely pleased with the reach the sponsorship to date has given our brand. Orion has offices in 27 locations around the world from Papua New Guinea to Houston Texas, so by sponsoring ICTFC we are able to promote our business through satellite channels and various online streams.”

Kenny Cameron, chairman of Inverness Caledonian Thistle, said: “This is an exciting deal and one which is sure to be welcomed by our loyal supporters. Orion Group has a staunch connection of support for the team and the relationship continues to strengthen. The company and its employees have supported the team week in week out and this is very much appreciated by us all at the club.

“Our main aim this season has been continuity and progress, manager Terry Butcher, assistant Maurice Malpas and club captain Richie Foran have recently signed up to continue the journey for at least two years and the renewal of the shirt sponsorship by Orion Group should be seen as a key step in this continuity context.”


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