Professional Football Jamaica Limited (PFJL) has secured a $6 Million club sponsorship from 876 Spring Water for the 2021-2022 Jamaica Premier League season.
Commercial Committee Chairman Donovan White of PFJL announced the sponsorship at a press signing at the Grace Kennedy offices on Harbour Street Kingston, home of 876 Spring Water. 876 Water will adorn the chest of their sponsored team, Arnett Gardens.
“We welcome Grace Kennedy to the JPL through their 876 Spring Water brand. I know Grace has always supported football in Jamaica. 876y now adorns the chest of one of our top clubs, Arnett Gardens. We have also gotten positive feedback from our players and coaches about the 876 Spring Water breaks during our matches. We look forward to a long and fruitful relationship.”
“This partnership extends our thrust towards youth development and hydration in sports. We are happy to support the Arnett Gardens community through this sponsorship and are pleased with the performance of the team and the fan support.”
White used the opportunity to thank the fans for turning out for the games based on the lifting of the DRMA,
“We are ecstatic that the fan support has been building progressively over the last four weeks. Two weeks ago, we had a fantastic crowd at Sabina Park for the Arnett Gardens vs. Waterhouse game. The lifting of the restrictions has allowed us to re-engage with fans in the league.”
“Presently, we are using Sabina Park, Tony Spaulding Complex, Drax Hall, West Pow Park and The Horace Burrell Centre for Excellence, UWI. We are looking to have new venues approved as well.”
876 Spring Water is marketed as a perfectly alkaline spring water (pH 8.2) bottled straight from the source in Jamaica’s Blue Mountains. Its natural mineral composition includes magnesium and calcium, which contribute to bone and heart health.