West Ham United’s women’s team is delighted to announce ICE Cleaning as the club’s newest partner.
ICE Cleaning have come on board as the ‘Official Industry Cleaning Partner’ of West Ham United’s women’s team, while and the partnership will also allow the business to show their support for women’s football as a whole.
Managing director Jack Sullivan is delighted to welcome ICE Cleaning, as well as founder James Reynolds, to the West Ham United family.
“It is great to introduce ICE Cleaning as the newest partner for West Ham United’s women’s team,” Sullivan told whufc.com. “ICE Cleaning is leading the way in industrial cleaning across London and it is a pleasure to bring another prominent brand to the West Ham family.
“James is passionate about supporting our women’s team and the growth of the women’s game in general - I am looking forward to working closely with them on developing this partnership for the remainder of the season and beyond.”
I am looking forward to working closely with ICE Cleaning on developing this partnership for the remainder of the season and beyond.
ICE Cleaning is one of the UK’s leading industrial cleaning providers, serving a vast array of customers across London and the south of England. Offering Warehouse, Factory and Car Park cleaning, as well as mould remediation, ICE Cleaning’s highly trained technicians offer quality and safety in customer homes and businesses.
ICE Cleaning’s Reynolds said: “We are very excited to partner with West Ham United’s women’s team and support Jack, Matt Beard and the side on their exciting journey.
“West Ham United’s women’s team represents a fantastic opportunity for us to align our brand with an ambitious club and support them in whatever way we can.
“Women’s football is growing exponentially in England and West Ham United is at the forefront of that growth. We are delighted to have ICE Cleaning championing that development alongside West Ham United.”
For more information about West Ham United women’s newest partners, ICE Cleaning, visit their website here.