Document Direct announced as new social media partner for Tranmere Rovers
A new football season: A new journey for Document Direct
With the beginning of the new football season comes the beginning of new hopes and dreams for fans and teams alike.
One of those many teams is Tranmere Rovers who look to bounce back to League One after their very unfair demotion in the 2019-20 season. They are hopeful too as their promotion double manager Micky Melon returns to try and set things right.
Here at Document Direct, we are particularly excited and hopeful for the new season as we begin our own exciting adventure, becoming Tranmere Rovers’ official social media partner.
Now I’m sure some of you are thinking ‘really, how can a business that focuses on the legal and professional sectors expect to get anything from… football?’.
Well, actually we can get a lot from football.
It is the language of people, the language of the country – and it is supported officially and personally by many law firms and professional sectors nationally. There is a certain competitiveness to football which I think can be found within the legal sector as well – firms are non-stop competing and fighting for higher positions on the legal league table, and lawyers generally have a very healthy competitive streak.
So, going forward as Document Direct – what does this mean for us? Well, we hope that our new partnership with Tranmere can bring us closer with law firms and businesses within the professional sectors through our mutual love of football. We hope that we will be able to have some great moments and experiences with those who want to work with us and support the world’s greatest game with us.
Even more so, especially after the disconnect that there has been between fans and their clubs, and with people in general over these past few difficult times, and this mirrors in some way the disconnect from being away from our offices
Of course, we all want our local team to do well, and we hope we can help our club Tranmere Rovers reach the next level and League One glory.
Author: Joe Aitken