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Kohler Mira put shirt on Cheltenham Town again

Cheltenham Town have agreed a two-year extension for Kohler Mira to remain as the club's shirt sponsors.

The deal, which will run until the end of the 2021-22 season, will take the firm's sponsorship to 14 years since first appearing on the League Two club's shirts in 2008.

The Robins commercial director Paul Bence said: "Our excellent relationship with Mira means we have been working together now for 12 years and we are delighted they have extended our partnership again for another two years.

"It is fantastic for us as a football club to be able to work so closely together with a company that employs hundreds of local people and who boast such a strong reputation in their industry.

"We are looking forward to continuing to share resources with Mira and continuing the excellent relationship that the two organisations have."

Mira, who employ more than 700 people in Cheltenham, also sponsored a player of the season award with staff voting for Ryan Broom for 2019-20.

Kohler Mira managing director Craig Baker said: "We have built a strong relationship with Cheltenham Town over the last 12 years and we are delighted to be able to extend our sponsorship of the club for a further two years.

"As a local business we have always been passionate about giving back to the local community and with both organisations having been at the heart of Cheltenham for so many years, we look forward to continuing to strengthen our ties and supporting the club."

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