Stan Collymore’s new show is set to be a game changer (and we’re sponsors!)

This week dotmailer kicked off its sponsorship for Call Collymore, a brand-new radio show and digital platform hosted by ex-soccer player Stan Collymore. And there are prizes to be won…

The radio show is being broadcast on SiriusXM, a US radio station, and via the Call Collymore app – making it available globally. Stan’s new show is designed to challenge the format of traditional sports shows and give soccer fans a new way to engage with the game. Content will be available in real time and on demand, and will feature interviews with well-known sportspeople and personalities.

Stan will be taking his show on the road in the States and we’re thrilled to be hosting one of them from our NYC office. The other piece of exciting news is there are prizes to be won throughout the season, including dotmailer goodie bags and football jerseys of your choice.

There’s also the chance to score a fully-paid trip to the UK to watch a British football game; or, for those based outside of the States, an all-expenses-paid trip to watch a game at MSG (with Collymore himself!) All you need to do is tune in to the show each week to find out how you could win.

When it comes to football, dotmailer has never been known to watch from the sideline. In the UK we have a corporate box at our local football club – Crystal Palace F.C. – and the team even uses the dotmailer platform to stay in touch with fans. We also have our own dotmailer football club who meet up for a game every fortnight.

You can listen to the Call Collymore show on SiriusXM or by downloading the iOS or Android app.

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