BackOffice Associates Signs Top Tennis Talent
SOUTH HARWICH, Mass. — BackOffice Associates, LLC, the leader in ERP data migration, data governance and MDM solutions for SAP, Oracle and other ERP vendors, announced today multi-year promotional partnerships with BEST Tennis stars Sam Querrey, Mardy Fish and the Bryan Brothers (Bob & Mike). The new partnerships will include BackOffice Associates logo to be worn on the court as well as promotional appearances and endorsement opportunities.
“We are excited to expand on our relationship with BackOffice Associates by adding Sam, Mardy, Bob and Mike to the roster” Fish and Querrey recently clinched their first ATP World Tour doubles title at the February SAP Open in San Jose, California. The Bryan brothers recently secured their 58th career doubles title at the ATP Delray Beach International Tennis Championships in Delray Beach, Florida, passing John McEnroe and Peter Fleming to become the winningest American team in the Open Era. Querrey, Fish and the Bryan Brothers will join other BackOffice Associates sponsored athletes including: tennis star Melanie Oudin, and golfers Boo Weekley, Jonathan Byrd and Brendon de Jong.
“BackOffice understands and appreciates the commitment and effort required to be a champion, like Sam, Bob, Mike and Mardy” said Trish Kennedy, BackOffice Associates Co-founder and CEO. “Having these world class athletes on the BackOffice team is a big win for us and great fun for our clients.”
“We are excited to expand on our relationship with BackOffice Associates by adding Sam, Mardy, Bob and Mike to the roster,” said John Tobias, President, BEST Tennis. “BackOffice has been tremendous to work with in regard to Melanie and we look forward to a long relationship with such a strong and impressive company.”
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