Irwin Mitchell Announces New Agreement with Rotherham United

16th June 2014

Firm Becomes Commercial Partner for Championship Campaign The Sheffield office of law firm Irwin Mitchell has announced a new commercial partnership with recently promoted Championship football club, Rotherham United.

Irwin Mitchell's new agreement with the club will see their name continue on Rotherham United's matchday Millers TV service, as well as numerous other planned commercial projects. -This is another partnership that was a key component to our future commercial activity so it gives me great pleasure to announce Irwin Mitchell as our new Business Partner, said Commercial Director Steve Coakley. -Supporters will have seen the Irwin Mitchell branding on our matchday concourse TV service last season and I am pleased to say that will continue next season along with several other commercial ventures. "Another company with a proven track record, this another fantastic partnership for both parties. Steve Beahan, Commercial Litigation Partner at Irwin Mitchell in Sheffield added: -Rotherham United is clearly a team which is on the up and we are delighted to be involved, particularly at this exciting time in their history and development. We wish the club well in the Championship next season and look forward to a successful partnership.

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