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Total Hire & Sales specialises in the hire and sales of building equipment, power tools and materials for the construction industry, from DIY tools to major building equipment.

Total Hire & Sales Extend Derby County Relationship

News

3.2.2017

Total Hire & Sales have agreed a new partnership agreement deal with Derby County.

The company has established a new two-year relationship with the Rams and will continue to advertise their brand to supporters and prospective clients at Pride Park Stadium.

As part of the partnership, Total Hire & Sales’ logo will appear on an external banner in the North-West Corner of the stadium.

The local company have enjoyed a positive link-up with the club in recent years and took up the opportunity to be the shirt sponsor for club mascot Rammie for the 2015/16 season.

The last few years have seen Total Hire become one of the market leaders in the plant and tool hire sector, and expand further to be one of the biggest hirers in the East Midlands of Powered Access. 

Total Hire are committed to providing our customers with the support and expertise that the industry requires and also firmly believe that the biggest asset is our their people as theyare focussed on providing the best both in terms of customer service and the products that Total Hire have to offer. 

Derby County’s President & Chief Executive Sam Rush said: “It’s great news that Total Hire & Sales have committed to a new two-year agreement with Derby County.

“We’ve enjoyed working with their team so far and we’re looking forward to developing our relationship with them over the next two years.”

Andy Sewards, Managing Director, of Total Hire & Sales said: “Total Hire & Sales have a strong, long running relationship with Derby County, and are proud to continue our support to the club for another 2 years.

As a local company, and with many of our employees supporting the team, we feel privileged to be a part of the club’s success, and are looking forward to working with Derby County for many years to come”.