Greenock Morton have revealed today that they have formed a partnership with Phonecases3D to roll-out a range of high-end 3D phone cases and accessories.
Founded in Madrid in 2016, with bases in Spain, Scotland and Sweden, Phonecases3D produce unique, high-quality phone cases utilising exclusive 3D technology and will offer a brand-new range for Club supporters.
The partnership also sees Morton become the first Scottish Championship club to retail the Phonecases3D merchandise.
Supporters will be able to access a diverse range of designs incorporating club motifs and crests including iconic pictures of Cappielow Park – the home of the ‘Ton.
In addition, there is also an option to have their name inscribed on the case.
Speaking to the Club website today, Morton Chief Executive Dave MacKinnon said,
“We’ve worked over the last months with several quality partners, to bring products which we feel will appeal to our supporters. Phonecases3D have been a pleasure to deal with and the flexibility in their business model allows our supporters to order unique designs and personalise their particular phones. This partnership is the start of many that are lined up to allow Greenock Morton supporters to purchase quality products via our new soon-to-be launched website.”
Bobby Gracey, Co-Founder and Chief Executive of Phonecases3D stated,
“We are delighted to form a strategic partnership with Greenock Morton FC and for the Club to be the first in the Scottish Championship to adopt our unique business model that will deliver new revenue/fundraising opportunities for the Club.
Greenock Morton FC is an iconic name in Scottish football and it is of no surprise to me they are now following in the footsteps of some of the biggest football clubs in La Liga, Spain.
In the months ahead we look forward to working closely with Morton to produce bespoke 3D phone cases for the fans that will capture the emotion of the club, whilst celebrating Morton’s history and exciting future.
I hope that all Morton FC fans will get behind this exciting partnership and I personally look forward to attending a game at Cappielow this season, once supporters are allowed to return to the stadium.
Finally, I would like to personally thank CEO Dave MacKinnon and First-Team Manager David Hopkin for making this partnership a reality.”