Fleetwood Town Football Club are delighted to announce Central Insurance have renewed their Club Partnership for the 2023/24 Sky Bet League One campaign.
Central Insurance are an independent insurance broker that provides a diverse range of insurance products for businesses across the Fylde and beyond.
Whether it’s safeguarding rental properties or football stadiums, insuring large contractors or shops and offices, Central is here to assist. Situated within the historic grounds of Stanley Park in Blackpool, Lancashire, Central Insurance has served clients since 1989.
The advantage of partnering with Central’s experienced team of professionals is that it doesn’t lead to high policy rates. Over the past four years, Central has experienced significant growth while preserving its traditional family values as the company's foundation.
This growth has enabled Central to establish strong connections with major UK insurance companies, offering competitive discounted rates across all insurance categories.
Their skilled brokerage team ensures that you not only receive the best initial price but also continue to receive the most competitive quotes year after year.
At Central Insurance, their entire team has a minimum of a decade of experience, providing expertise not only in general insurance but also in understanding the unique insurance needs of their clients.
Sam Heaney, Commercial Manager, said: “Central Insurance has been a valued Club Partner for many seasons now and I’m thrilled that we are able to continue to build on this successful and longstanding partnership.”
Drew Passmore, Managing Director of Central Insurance, said “We are delighted to continue our partnership with Fleetwood Town FC for a further 12 months. Over the last few years, we have seen some great benefits of partnering with the Club and believe reciprocal business is key to our partnership.
"As a result of our previous success, we have upgraded our sponsorship package this season to continue showing our support to the Club and look forward to the coming season."