Utilita Energy teams up with Hibs FC as official energy partner

hibsUtilita Energy, Britain’s leading pay-as-you-go energy provider, has agreed a deal with Hibs that will run to the summer of 2018 as the club aim to follow up last season’s Scottish Cup success with promotion back to the Ladbrokes Premiership.

Last season, Utilita Energy was the Official Presenting Partner of the Scottish League Cup.

As part of the deal, every Hibernian fan who switches to Utilita Energy can receive either a £25 voucher to be redeemed at the club shop or a £25 voucher that can be redeemed against tickets, hospitality or club events

Jem Maidment, Utilita’s Head of Communications, said: “Hibernian are a huge name in Scottish football – with a magnificent fan base – so we are delighted to become the club’s official energy partner.

“There is no doubt they are a club on the up: Hibernian have started the season in fantastic fashion under Neil Lennon and crowds are significantly up at Easter Road.

“We also have been hugely impressed with the Persevered Campaign which has really caught the imagination of football fans across the east of Scotland – we cannot wait to work with such a forward-thinking club.”

Greig Mailer, Hibernian’s Head of Marketing & Commercial Operations said: “We are very pleased to announce the Club’s continued relationship with Utilita Energy, who we met and worked with during our run to the Scottish League Cup Final last season.”

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