MAIDSTONE, UK, 04/10/22 - Apogee Corporation is pleased to announce their recent sponsorship of the men’s team for Lincoln City Football Club, in an effort to take a more active role in supporting its local communities.
As Britain’s first ever community-owned football club, Lincoln City FC – affectionately known as ‘The Imps’ – enjoy a very active relationship with its supporters across social media, online forums, and face-to-face events.
“Apogee have been actively looking for opportunities to support our local communities, and supporting a football club so close to our National Operations Centre was the perfect fit,” says Dom Gryszan, Marketing Director for Apogee Corporation.
“We’re proud to announce this partnership and hope to see our relationship flourish over years to come, alongside the progress of the team. The clubs core values are closely aligned to Apogee’s, with a growing focus on strengthening connections in the community.”
By hosting activities and programmes that help local people connect through a mutual love of football, the community work undertaken by The Lincoln City Foundation will now be supported by Apogee Corporation.
“Alongside our recent partnership with Lincoln Women FC,” continues Dom, “we’re delighted to be able to support the Lincoln region, and wish them every success for the season ahead.”
Adam Chantrey, Head of Commercial at the Imps, added: "We are pleased to join forces with Apogee, who have become a bronze partner.”
"Their experience will be valuable to us and we look forward to working closely with them throughout the season ahead."
Operating globally, Apogee are supported by HP Inc., and provide Managed Workplace Services (MWS) that enable clients to improve their print and IT operations for greater efficiency.
Apogee is playing an increasingly prominent role in local communities – and recently announced their investment in local teams such as Lincoln City Women, and Aylesford FC, the local club to Apogee’s Head Office in Maidstone, Kent.
Earlier in 2022, Apogee raised over £21,000 for The Royal Marines Charity in order to support the rehabilitation of army veterans; and over 2021, gave over £12,042.93 to various charities.
For more on Apogee’s community work, find our Corporate Responsibility Report here.
Photo credit: Chris Vaughan, Lincoln City.