Norwich City sign new energy deal
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Norwich City Football Club have signed a new partnership deal with Utilita Energy for the 2016/17 season.
The smart meter energy supplier will become the official energy partner of the Canaries as they look to challenge for promotion back to the Premier League.
Utilita Energy and Norwich City will run a number of initiatives throughout the season, including the offer for every Norwich City fan who switches to Utilita Energy to receive a £25 retail voucher to spend in Canaries Official stores or online with the Club.
Ben Tunnell, Head of Business Development for Norwich City, commented: 'We're delighted to partner with the team at Utilita Energy.
'As a commercial department we endeavour to not only find the most favourable partnership deals for the Club, but for our supporters too, and this is a great example of that.'
Jem Maidment, Head of Communications at Utilita Energy, added: 'Norwich City are a huge club with an outstanding, loyal support – we are absolutely thrilled to become their official energy partner.
'We want to engage with the Club and their fans in a smart way. We believe this will be a great deal for the Club, for us, and most importantly Norwich City's large army of fans who can benefit from our fantastic services.'
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Utilita Energy has quadrupled its customer base from 90,000 in April 2015 to more than 375,000 in July 2016.