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Watford Ladies FC is delighted to reveal that McGinley Support Services will yet again be the Club's main sponsor in 2016.
One of the UK's largest specialist recruitment agencies, it will be McGinley's third season being the main sponsor for the Golden Girls, with involvement stretching back to 2012.
Ellie Kemp is happy to have the returning sponsor back on board for the current season. "We are delighted to have agreed a new partnership with McGinley for the 2016 campaign," explains Watford's General Manager.
"McGinley's Head Office is on the Club's doorstep but they are a truly national company. The fact this partnership will continue for another season underlines how much both organisations value and benefit from the relationship and Watford Ladies look forward to growing the relationship across the year with a number of new creative initiatives."
Janet Hector, the Marketing Manager at McGinley, is pleased the partnership is continuing and feels the two share similar values.
"McGinley Support Services is proud to be the main sponsor for Watford Ladies FC's 2016 season. This is our third year of working with the ladies as we believe the team embodies many of the goals of our company.
"Not only are we avid supporters of women's football, but we are committed to gender equality in industries which have not historically been female-friendly. Our sponsorship also helps to promote women's involvement in the construction industry. We hope that by showing our commitment to the female game we can encourage women to take up construction as a career choice.
"This year there is a new management team at the club as well as many new players and we are excited to see how the season progresses. We aim to be more involved to see at first hand how our investment helps to grow the club and of course our branding.
"Watford Ladies is also partly run by the Watford Community Sport and Education Trust, which undertakes a range of community projects and we will have the opportunity to become involved with many of their projects."
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