Select Car Leasing are delighted to announce the renewal of their partnership with Reading FC for the upcoming 2019-20 season.
The 2019-20 campaign will mark the fourth consecutive year Select have been a key partner of the football club, with the company name emblazoned on the dugout seats and appearing on the LED boards around the ground at every home fixture.
Select are one of the UK’s leading independent car leasing specialists, working alongside the largest finance companies and a network of dealerships up and down the country, allowing them to offer some of the most competitive car and van leasing rates in the country.
Founded in 2004, the last few years have seen remarkable growth for Select. More than 8 million people will visit the Select website in 2019 and close to 40,000 people across the UK will be driving a car leased through the company.
With over 160 employees, the Select team has almost doubled over the last eighteen months and the company recently secured a landmark deal to move into over 19,000sq ft of space at Pacific House at the regenerated Reading Gateway site, just a stone’s throw from the Madjeski Stadium. The state-of-the-art facility will serve as the business’s new head office, accommodating it’s expanding workforce and match the modern, innovative direction of the brand.
Mark Tongue, Select Car Leasing Company Director, said of the partnership: “We’re delighted to be renewing our partnership with Reading Football Club again for the upcoming year. As a Reading-based company, with our head office just down the road from the Madjeski Stadium, the football club are very close to our hearts and we view our ongoing relationship as an integral part of our business. Reading is a true family club which is ingrained in the fabric of the town and as a company that holds strong ties to the community, we see it as a perfect match and one we’re very happy to secure for the future.”
“To be entering our fifth year of working alongside Reading is very exciting for us and we can’t wait to see what’s in-store for the new season."