MID Communications, proud to be the Official Digital Media Partner of Macclesfield Town
We became Macclesfield Town’s Official Digital Media Partner, back in July 2017, and it has proved to be a fruitful relationship for both ourselves and Macclesfield Town FC, and we’re looking to continue and grow in the coming years.
This relationship has really been the result of the fantastic work put in by our Business Development Manager, Martyn Barrow, as well as our CEO, Danny Simpson. Martyn has been integral to the partnership and is even present at every home game and business event hosted by the club. Martyn said, “The club has a fantastic commercial family which it is a pleasure to be a major part of. Along with the likes of Arighi Bianchi, Francis Kirk and Big Brand Ideas, we’re looking to form an integral part of this family in order to push the club forward, lend a helping hand and give support over the coming years, not just from a sponsorship perspective.’
As the club’s Official Digital Media Partner, what makes us different than an ordinary sponsor?
Since the partnership started we’ve been happy to have a huge involvement in all things Silkmen and Macclesfield Town FC. This includes various personal elements including event sponsoring, taking part in corporate sports events, social media interaction and creating new ways to engage with the fans.
#TWITTERGOALS. Powered by @MIDCommsUK, here are the goals from our 1-1 draw with @TUFC1899, including @dannywhiteheadd‘s screamer! See full highlights here > https://t.co/BIg1frs6DF pic.twitter.com/2AWeILM7h7
— Macclesfield Town (@thesilkmen) January 29, 2018
As Macclesfield Town FC’s Official Digital Media Partner, we have to talk about digital things we do with the club. With the power of mobile and technology at people fingertips, we felt it was only right to design and provide Official Silkmen Wallpapers for the smartphones and devices of the fans to help show their support for the club. From home, away and keeper kits, we also recently created a dedicated memorial design to commemorate the clubs 50th anniversary of their historic FA Cup third round tie against Fulham in January of 1968.