homes4u cements partnership with Sale Sharks

We are delighted to be able to announce that we have signed a fresh two-year deal with Sale Sharks and continue the relationship with our long-standing partner. What makes it all the more special is being able to reveal this as we celebrate our 30-year anniversary in the city.

We have finalised a new two-year deal with long-standing partner Sale Sharks, coinciding with our 30-year anniversary in Manchester.   

Having been an official Sale Sharks partner for four years now, the new agreement ties our two prominent Manchester brands together until 2022.

The announcement comes as we celebrate 30-years of business in the region, having been matching people with property since 1990 and catering for a range of needs in the ever-changing property market of Greater Manchester.

Mark Cueto, Commercial Director at Sale Sharks, said: "homes4u are a great partner and one that we always have a lot of fun with, creating content and getting the players involved in lots of different activities to help raise the profile of the brand.

“It is great to have some positive news to shout about, given the ongoing situation with match postponements, but we’re continuing to work hard behind the scenes to ensure our commercial partners are happy and are ready to pick things up again when everything returns to normal.”

A key partner to the Premiership Rugby side, in recent years, we have joined the club in creating fun content for the Sale Sharks’ social media channels; including special carpool karaoke videos and a Halloween prank with a host of first-team players.

Andrew Mellor, Partner Development Manager at homes4u, said: "We’re really pleased to announce the continuation of our partnership with Sharks. It’s a partnership that adds a lot of value for us as a Manchester business and there is no better club to align ourselves with on a long-term basis.

“We have activated the partnership in some really creative ways and that reflects our customer-focused attitude to our work – we can’t wait to do more of that moving forward.”