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Bristol Sport announces ATPI as their preferred travel partner

ATPI has become the sporting group’s preferred travel partner and new headline sponsor of Bristol Flyers’ European coverage on Flyers TV.
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ATPI Group will also sponsor the sporting group’s Flyers TV video-on-demand platform, housing all of the team’s archive content on bristolflyers.co.uk.

ATPI Group has more than 100 offices worldwide, providing corporate travel, event management, online travel technology and specialist services for sectors such as energy, shipping and sports events.

They deliver world-leading corporate travel and events solutions to organisations operating in a variety of specialist sectors around the world.

ATPI Managing Director Adam Knights said: “We’re really pleased to extend our partnership with Bristol Sport. Last season we sponsored Bears TV and it was great supporting the launch of their gameday streaming show alongside Premiership Rugby’s programming.

“With Flyers entering Europe it has given us the opportunity to broaden our reach in a different sector but also within the wider Bristol Sport group as their preferred travel partner. We’re looking forward to supporting Bristol City, Bears and Flyers with their travel logistics.”

This season, Bristol Flyers became the first British Basketball League club to deliver a live gameday show on Flyers TV, via the team’s studio at Ashton Gate Stadium. Streamed around the globe with pre-game, half-time and post-game analysis of the Flyers’ ENBL fixtures achieving around half a million views on gamedays.

Steve Devereux, Bristol Flyers Commercial Manager, added: “ATPI Group has been supporting the team’s travel and logistics in our debut European campaign this season, and the service provided has been invaluable.

“We’re delighted to see the partnership with ATPI Group develop, supporting not just Flyers streaming and video on demand content, but also with the complex and demanding travel requirements of our wider sporting group.”

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