Monday, November 29, 2021

Leicestershire CCC and M-EC Forge Decade Long Partnership

Leicestershire County Cricket Club (LCCC) has announced that M-EC will be an Official Partner of the club for the 2022 season. The new sponsorship agreement marks a decade of collaboration between the two organisations.

It is an exciting time at the Uptonsteel County Ground with numerous Leicestershire businesses backing the Foxes for the upcoming season. Having such commercial support will help the club thrive both on and off the pitch.

Having sponsored LCCC in many ways over the past decade, M-EC will feature on the arm of the LV= County Championship and T20 Vitality Blast kits for the entirety of the 2022 campaign.

M-EC, which is headquarted in Hugglescote, Leicestershire, has worked with LCCC since the company’s inception in 2009. The company has grown to become one of the nation’s leading development technical consultants, working with a range of local authorities, leading housebuilders and construction companies on projects across the UK.

Edward Mewies, Managing Director at M-EC said: “We are proud to be longstanding partners of Leicestershire County Cricket Club and we are looking forward to cheering the team on once again next season. Supporting other local organisations and charities is important to us all at M-EC, either through agreements at a company level like this, or individually. LCCC share those values and are involved in the local community which is why we have partnered with them for the past ten years.”

Tracey Branson, LCCC Commercial Manager said: “We are delighted to have M-EC on board once again and look forward to working with the team at M-EC in 2022. The relationship between the club and company has grown over the past decade and we highly value their support and its always great to invite the team to the Uptonsteel County Ground. Partnerships such as this are vital to the success of the team on the pitch and the work we do off it, so I would like to thank M-EC and all our partners for their support.”

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