Wycombe Wanderers FC have welcomed on board 3B Hire for their journey into the Championship. We are so excited to become the club’s Official Automobile Partner.
3B Hire are one of the region’s largest independent vehicle rental companies, offering a wide range of self-drive cars, vans, people carriers and minibuses.
With branches in High Wycombe, Haddenham and Aylesbury, 3B Hire are well established in the community and excited about growing their brand both locally and to a wider audience.
“We like to do things a little differently to the large national companies,” says owner Ross Batting. “We pride ourselves on building lasting relationships and look forward to doing the same with Wycombe Wanderers, their amazing fans, staff, partners and followers. We are excited about this partnership and can’t wait to get started!”
Neil Peters, the club’s Chief Commercial Officer, said: “3B Hire have joined us as an exciting time for the club, and will be a great asset to us with our regular need for transport across the country for matches in the Championship. We thank them for partnering with us and look forward to showcasing their brand not just on our newly-acquired fleet of vehicles, but also across our excellent digital platforms which will reach millions of people over the coming months.”
3B Hire will be taking up a sponsorship package to include advertising on the club’s website and Twitter channel, and will also be providing assistance for Wanderers players with their own vehicle hire needs.
Did you Know?
5 Facts about Wycombe Wanderers
- Wycombe Wanderers was established 133 years ago.
- The club is part-owned by fans, meaning it has genuine community involvement.
- As well as playing fixtures, the club runs a Sports and Education Trust. This uses football as the basis to educate, motivate and inspire local children to live full and active lives.
- Wycombe Wanderers players have originated from 30 countries, so it’s both a local and a global club.
- Chairboys is the affectionate name given to anyone associated with the club – players, coaches, fans, due to the town’s historic furniture industry.