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Partnership renewed with local company Blink Creative

16 January 2020

Port Vale are pleased to announce the club has renewed their partnership with Blink Creative on a two-year deal.

Blink Creative are a full-service creative agency, that deliver innovative and engaging creative solutions for a diverse range of organisations. The local company couples’ fresh ideas with over 20 years of experience in building brands, to ensure every solution is perfect for their client’s business and its market.

Ritchie Bates, Port Vale’s Head of Commercial said: “I’m really proud Port Vale will be continuing to work with Blink Creative, as they have already successfully helped to develop the branding of the club; through campaigns such as the launch of the 2018/19 season’s kit.

“Blink Creative are a local company, based in Stoke and working with the local community is something that Port Vale prides themselves on.

“I am looking forward to working on more projects together and also to watch the partnership between the Vale and Blink continue to grow in the next two years”.

Blink’s Creative Director, Dave Walker said: “We are delighted to have renewed our partnership with the Vale. It’s a club close to our hearts, not just as supporters but as a local business.

“We all want the very best for the local community and if we can contribute to help get Burslem booming, we will. We’ve had the privilege to work on some fantastic projects in recent years and hope this continues well into the future.

“Max has been doing a fantastic job at the club, taking their media to the next level and now with Ritchie on board, I sense a real urgency to get things done and done well. There is a real buzz around the club now, the take-over, the form on the pitch and now Robbie’s return.

“Personally, I’ve been working with Port Vale for over 10 years and watching them for much longer, but I don’t recall a time of such optimism. Hopefully this partnership can lead to great things for both parties, Port Vale and Blink.”


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