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Greenhous to end Shrewsbury Town sponsorship

 
Shrewsbury Town's current shirt and stadium sponsor, Greenhous, has announced that it will end its sponsorship of the League 1 side when their current deal ends.
 
The firm, have been associated with the club for over 40 years and will end thier shirt sponsorship agreement that started in the 2007/08 season.

Greenhous were named as the stadium sponsor in 2010 when the stadium was renamed Greenhous Meadow.

Shrewsbury chairman Roland Wycherley said the club was thankful for the early notice as it will now allow them to start thier search for a new commercial partner for the stadium.

The reason for Greenhous ending thier sponsorship is that they are reviewing their business as a whole with current sponsorship deals forming part of the review.
 
Mr Wycherley said: "We have been associated with Greenhous for many years and have been proud to see their growth as a company. During that time we have both gone through a lot together and I would like to thank Greenhous for their support over the years.

“Greenhous have continued to expand their business around the country while Shrewsbury Town, since 2007, have enjoyed two promotions, four seasons in Sky Bet League One and several high profile cup games that have helped promote the Shrewsbury Town and Greenhous brand names around the world.

“We now look forward to forming new partnerships which I hope will be as long term and successful as the one we have had with Greenhous.”

Greenhous joint chief executive Derek Passant said the company wished the club success on and off the pitch.

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