Hollywood Monster is in a league of its own when it comes to working with some of the country’s top professional sports. The West Midlands-based company has announced that it is now proud signage supplier to four of England's top football clubs - Stoke City, Birmingham City, West Bromwich Albion and Port Vale – and rugby union’s Leicester Tigers.
The Birmingham signage and graphics company has held long-standing relationships with many of these clubs, with Port Vale being added to the portfolio recently. The relationship will see Hollywood Monster supply various signage for the season ahead including sports ground perimeter hoardings, internal signage, banners for the Staffordshire football club.
Iain Wain, head of partnerships at West Bromwich Albion FC, said "We are delighted to retain the services of Hollywood Monster for another season. Tim Andrews and his entire team were a joy to work with throughout our2010/11 campaign.
“Due to our success on the pitch there was unprecedented interest in companies aligning themselves to our football club and as such Hollywood Monster had to undertake a wide variety of projects, sometimes with very little breathing space, to get the job done. Across the club we found the staff in all areas of the business to be flexible, diligent and - most of all - keen to work in a true partnership with us. We look forward to another association with them and wish every success to Hollywood Monster in further strengthening its business across the UK".
Stoke City’s head of commercial, Andy Billingham, said: “We have engaged with Hollywood Monster on all of our Europa branding requirements to ensure we comply with UEFA competition rules and regulations as well as our Premier League requirements. We had no hesitation in partnering up with Hollywood Monster as we can rely on their service and quality to ensure we deliver the best graphics that will be seen throughout the world.”
Hollywood Monster has invested heavily in state-of-the-art printing technology enabling it to produce enormous banners and advertising hoardings at high-profile sites, not just for sports stadiums, but also for festivals, concerts, shopping centres and property developments.
Tim Andrews, managing director of Hollywood Monster, said: "As a sports fan I am very excited to be in this position, working so closely with these clubs. Working with our clients demonstrates our longevity and commitment to good service, with the oldest relationship of 20 years being held with Birmingham City Football Club. I look forward to continuing and developing our close working relationships with these fantastic clubs as they themselves push for honours in their forthcoming campaigns".