Sponsorship deals in the early 1900s ‘Everton by Postcard’

Sponsorship deals in the early 1900s ‘Everton by Postcard’ By Brendan Connolly In the early 1900s, postcards were the equivalent of current day text messages. Very few people had telephones, so the postal system was the main method of communication. As a result, demand dictated that there were four mail deliveries per day, with the last post being late in the evening. It was not unusual to post a letter or postcard early in the morning and receive a reply the same day. Postcards carried a lower postal rate than letters and by the early 1900s picture postcards had become very popular and companies seized the opportunity to use them to advertise. Morris Evans Household Oils were based in Festiniog, North Wales and put their name to a postcard illustrating our 1906 FA Cup-winning team. The company claimed that their products were a remedy for rheumatism, sciatica, lumbago and sore throats. They also prided themselves on how effective their oils were for dogs and farm...
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Mo Joins Fanatics KitAid Box-Up with Society c/o Everton Website

  @Everton 25 February 2017 13:36 Share Everton midfielder Muhamed Besic was on hand at Everton’s People’s Hub last week to help ‘box-up’ more than 400 shirts being donated to charity by the Club’s retail partner, Fanatics. Earlier in the season Fanatics were made aware of the long-standing partnership Everton in the Community have with the national charity KitAid and it was then they decided to make the generous contribution. The shirts being donated are those that were given back by fans after a number of players changed their squad numbers ahead of the 2016/17 season, including Besic. By giving them to KitAid, the retail outlet are ensuring that they will be distributed to some of the most under-privileged children and adults in some of the world’s poorest countries. During the activity, Besic, who joined the Club in 2014, also met with representatives from the Club’s official charity, KitAid and Fanatics as well as members of The Everton Heritage Society - who collect for KitAid at St...
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Whitechapel Donations

  Paul kelly is pictured above at the Whitechapel centre when we delivered the winter wear and toiletries donated by staff at Everton Football club , Everton in the community, staff at Essar oil  Stanlow  and Everton Heritage. Society 'the Society have been collecting since the turn of the year with winter clothing and toiletries culminating in 5 large boxes and 12 bin bags being delivered today.   Everton former players Ronny Goodlass and Pat van den Hauwe have also supported kitaid and the Whitechapel centre with personal donations. It was quite humbling taking the photo of our treasurer and the regular visitors to the Whitechapel centre as they had finished their lunch and the smiles on their faces when they received Everton coats and sweatshirts was a site for sore eyes.   Thank you for donations for Both KitAid and the Whitechapel Keep them coming...
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Deulofeu and Barkley shirts land in South Africa

  KitAid at St Luke’s Our latest boxing session took place today had 70 boxes (2275 items) kit are on their way to Africa, especially Malawi and South Africa. Ourselves Here at Essar, the heritage society Everton Fc, EiTC, Everton supporters and Fanatics along with have been fantastic supporting kitaid and also with the winter training gear going to the Whitechapel centre for the homeless. EiTc's Carena Duffy gathered her team of volunteers to support the heritage team of Paul Kelly, Ali and Peter Jones along with Richie Gillham who were marshalled by Derrick Williams head of kitaid, Janet Neville and her local team Boxes and boxes of Everton kit from Everton Supporters and fanatics were sorted into teas of 13 and boxed away.          ...
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