We are delighted to announce that Total Motion is headline sponsor of the Midland Football League for the foreseeable future.
And, as part of our sponsorship package and ongoing partnership with MFL, we have introduced a series of incentives to benefit clubs.
Working with the community has always been close to the heart of our business – and to our managing director Simon Hill – so supporting non-league grassroots football ticks all the right boxes.
Total Motion wants to be a part of each club’s future by growing together and enjoying a mutually beneficial relationship. Incentives are being put in place for clubs to achieve, and there are no limits as to how much clubs can benefit from these.
Our objective is to help each individual club grow and develop with the sponsorship. We see this as a long standing relationship and hope to be a part of the MFL for many years to come.
Incentives available to the clubs include:
- £25 a vehicle kickback: Total Motion will give £25 to the MFL for each vehicle leased. The MFL will match this (up to first 200 vehicles) and distribute the amount to the relevant clubs.
- £1000 end of season prize: A league table will be produced to show how many successful leases have been completed by each MFL club. The club which tops the table will be presented with a prize of £1000 from Total Motion at the awards evening in June (minimum of five completed leases to enter the table).
- The big £5000 bonus: Any clubs that successfully refer 250 vehicles for completed leasing agreements in one sponsorship year will receive a bonus of £5000 from Total Motion.
The directors and officers of the MFL together with the clubs have told us how delighted they are to be sponsored by a company as prestigious as ours. They have pledged to do everything within their power to support the sponsorship so that they can look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship with us. The league will now be known as the Total Motion Midland Football League.
You can find out more about the sponsorship in this YouTube video.