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WFS sister company 'Jingltree' sponsor Championship League Football Club Coventry City

Jingltree are excited to announce a two-year agreement with the Championship league football club Coventry City

WFS sister Company, Jingltree are excited to announce a two year agreement with the Championship league football club Coventry City, which will see the Jingltree logo adorn the back of the teams shirts in the 2020/21 and 2021/22 seasons.

Jingltree have chosen to sponsor Coventry City Football Club not only due to their local connections, but because of the clubs’ environmentally conscious approach towards producing the kits that will adorn the Jingltree logo.  

Normally it takes 25 litres of fresh clean water to dye one single t-shirt; and in 2 years it takes the entire volume of the Mediterranean Sea to colour the worlds’ textiles.  Coventry City Football Club are working alongside hummel on the ZEROH2O project which means that all of their kits are produced using a dry-dye concept, utilising zero water consumption.

Sportswear Company ‘hummel’ believe that they can use the universal language of sport to ‘help pave the way for a better tomorrow’ which is an initiative we feel has an affinity with the Jingltree belief that ‘small changes can make a big difference’.

So, for the next two seasons Jingltree will be proudly cheering on their local football team in the knowledge that they are supporting the club in more ways than one, as well as continuing with the promise that ‘every part of the Jingltree process has the environment in mind’.

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