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Phoenix Score With Confetti Media

We’re sponsoring Phoenix Inham FC – a local grassroots football club Tuesday December 18, 2018 We’re delighted to announce our sponsorship of Phoenix Inham FC – a local grassroots football club in Chilwell. Phoenix Inham FC is more than just a team; by providing a focus and community for residents of the local area, this grassroots organisation has had an outstandingly positive effect since it began in 2015. We’re glad to be a part of the revamping of their club to offer better facilities and equipment – as well as a new strip – for players. As well as this, students from Confetti will be invited to speak at the club about their courses and how they’re helping them carve out the future they want. The club’s organisers hope that this exposure to the prospects that Confetti offers could potentially help raise aspirations amongst the young community of Inham Nook estate and the surrounding areas. Emily Dennison, Director of Communications at Confetti comments: “Outside of their normal day jobs, the club’s coaches are providing a social, sporting and supportive network for players who range in age from five to fifty and who turn up in all weathers to play football. We hope Confetti’s support will help raise awareness of the club and bring it to the attention of other potential sponsors and supporters. And it will also bring them a much warmer winter kit!”. Richard Ward – Chairman at Phoenix Inham – has stated “As club chairman I want to show that in an underprivileged area such as Inham Nook estate, our football club stands for more than just the sport. In fact, thanks to this exciting link with Confetti, the children of the estate can aspire to be who they want to be and achieve great things”. Anyone interested in joining or supporting the club can find out more information on the Phoenix Inham FC website.

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