South Wales Evening Post, Wales’ biggest selling newspaper, will again feature on the Ospreys jersey – also the top seller in the country – after agreeing to a fourth year as official media partner.
As the long-standing relationship goes from strength to strength, the Post’s logo will appear between the shoulders on the back of the iconic shirt.
With average daily sales of 27,589, a readership in excess of 100,000 every day, and over 60,000 unique visitors every day to their website, the South Wales Evening Post remains the most popular newspaper in Wales.
South Wales Evening Post Editor, Jonathan Roberts, said:
“The South Wales Evening Post is proud to be backing the Ospreys once again this season. Our long-standing relationship with the region is one we, as Wales’s biggest-selling newspaper, are immensely proud of.
“The Ospreys will look forward to the new season with confidence, given their encouraging campaign last year, and the Post will be there to record every tackle, try and conversion, as well as bringing our readers the big interviews that matter.
“And the region’s tremendous work off the field - from their many community events to business initiatives - will also be covered in some detail once again this season.
“From the big names to the up–and-coming young talent, the Post is the place to be for all things Ospreys.”
Yarnie Guthrie, Ospreys Commercial Manager, said:
“We truly value the ongoing support we enjoy from the South Wales Evening Post, something which has been a constant since day one of Ospreys Rugby. Despite the fast changing and constantly evolving industry that they work in, they continue to lead their field and are an indispensable part of life in this region.
“We share many common values, not least our commitment to the local community, sporting and commercial, and their reputation for honesty, excellence and reliability sits comfortably alongside our core behaviours as a business.
“As we look forward to a new season I have no doubt whatsoever that the South Wales Evening Post will continue to play a key strategic role in our day-to-day operations, enabling us to spread the word of our community and business activity, as well as on and off-field successes, to a wider audience.”
The new BLK Ospreys jersey for 2015/16 will be unveiled at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday morning.Pictured above at the region's Llandarcy training base are South Wales Evening Post Editor, Jonathan Roberts, and Commercial Director, Paul Jenkins, with Ben John and Hanno Dirksen.