Evolution commit as shirt sleeve sponsors

Hartlepool United are pleased to confirm Evolution Risk Assurance will be showcased on the sleeves of our home and away shirts for the 2024/25 season.

The partnership will see Evolution sponsor Pools for the fifth year running, having first joined forces in January 2020.

Evolution is based locally in Hartlepool, as well as owning a global footprint with operations throughout Europe, the US and Middle East. Evolution supports some of the World’s biggest companies and supplies services to the biggest projects globally.

They support clients to manage and mitigate their risks utilising digital technologies and consultancy services. Click here to visit their website.

Commercial and Operations Director, Rose Stoker, commented:
“We’re grateful to be working with Evolution once again this season, they’ve been huge supporters of the Club over the years. It’s fantastic to have a strong relationship with a local business, where both of our community-focused values align. We look forward to strengthening our partnership further over the coming season.”

Managing Director of Evolution, Kevin Boffy, added:
“We are first and foremost a Hartlepool business – we are Hartlepool United fans and very proud to be associated with the Club. We take great pride in our partnership with the Club and look forward to the upcoming season.”

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