EXETER CHIEFS are set to end the Premiership’s longest-running shirt sponsorship agreement with South West Communications at the end of the season.
The company has been sold by Chiefs owner Tony Rowe who resigned from their board at the start of the month, and the firm will now end their 26-year association.
The Chiefs, who won the Premiership and European Cup double last season, are looking to cash in on that success with their new sponsor.
Blindside can reveal that they are looking for between £750,000 and £1m for a three-year deal and have already had a couple of expressions of interest....
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