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Bodog Out, Zoopla In

Bodog Out, Zoopla In

With our deal with Bodog coming to an end, Albion have revealed that Zoopla will be the new main sponsor of the club.

Speaking to wba.co.uk Chief Executive Mark Jenkins said of the deal ending with the gaming company.

'We have enjoyed a wonderful relationship with Bodog. They are a vibrant brand and have been a pleasure to work with over the course of what has been an important season.'

Sales and Marketing Director Adrian Wright added.

'The mutual decision to part company with Bodog was not an easy one for the Club based on the fact we were very happy. However, the club have been presented with an attractive new opportunity and Bodog were more than happy to accomodate our request to step aside.'

The new opportunity is Zoopla.co.uk.

They have signed on for the next two seasons in what is the club's largest sponsorship deal in our history.

As the deal was announced Mark Jenkins told wba.co.uk.

'We are delighted to welcome Zoopla as our new principal club sponsor. It represents the most comprehensive sponsorship deal in the club's history.'

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Date:Friday May 25 2012
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