Notts Outlaws are continuing their partnership with John Pye Auctions for a fifth successive season, with the Nottingham-based firm’s ‘John Pye Property’ brand taking pride of place on the Outlaws’ new T20 shirt.
The family-owned auction house is continuing its long-term association with the Club having recently extended its contract until 2023.
“Working with Notts over the past few years has been the ideal fit for us,” said John Pye Managing Director Adam Pye.
“As an organisation, we are proud of our roots in the city, and our association with the club allows our values as a family-run business to be represented on the national and international sporting stage.
“The last few years have seen some fantastic on-field successes, and we look forward to seeing the John Pye name emblazoned on shirts as the Outlaws aim to create some more special moments in the coming months.”
‘John Pye Property’ was launched in 2014, and has allowed the company to bring its auction house expertise to the online property market.
“It’s great to be able to use our position as a leading sports club to showcase successful local businesses,” said Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club Commercial Director Michael Temple.
“The growth of John Pye Property shows that, very much like us, they are ambitious and innovative in their pursuit of growth and sustained success.
“Their support has been invaluable over the last few years and we are delighted to be supporting their expansion into the property sector.”
The John Pye Auctions brand will continue to appear on the Club’s shirts in the Specsavers County Championship and Royal London One-Day Cup.
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