Shirley Park chairman Lee Bushell has told fans that the 'ground-breaking' shirt sponsorship deal is the biggest in the club's history.
The Park Lifers today announced details of a one-year partnership agreement with Vita Properties (www.vitaproperties.co.uk) and Life Financial Solutions ((www.lifefs.com)) which will see them display organisation's logo on their shirt fronts and sleeves respectively.
The deals have helped secure the signings of Brixton Old Boys hotshot Jamie Kent and Ran Subaru, as well as allow them to tie star man Nicky Plotnek down to a long-term deal.
A club statement said: "Vita Properties is not just another estate agent. It's a vibrant new approach to lettings and sales in the North West London area.
"With over 13 years experience in the property industry and a hard working, ethical and personable approach, VITA will aim to guide you every step of the way.
"Life Financial Solutions has many years of experience working with a wide range of companies providing expertise in mortgages and business protection, pensions and investments, tax planning and advisory. Their prime aim is to help clients achieve and secure their financial ambitions, both corporate and personal using a reputation earned by placing focus on traditional values such as courtesy and integrity, professionalism and personal service."
Sitting behind his Ivory tusk desk on his mink fur chair in his Birmingham office, Mr Bushell said: "This is money for this season, it's the best deal in Shirley’s history, but we are not putting a figure on it because there are more companies that are going to join and as more companies join, the benefits will grow.
"As and when we publish accounts and show the details of our finances, you will see more detail of what this is bringing, but we are confident this is the best commercial deal in the club's history and we look forward to a successful long term partnership."
Having been awarded double promotion after finishing runners-up in Division Three last season, Shirley Park begins its Division One campaign at home to UJIA on Sunday.