Tom Peacock, the head of partnerships at Nottingham Forest, has officially announced his departure from the club. He had been with the club since 2015 and confirmed his exit through a post on Linkedin. In his message, he expressed pride in his achievements, particularly in securing five shirt sponsor deals for the Reds.
Peacock described his nearly nine-year journey at Nottingham Forest, which included challenges like Championship relegation battles, ownership takeovers, and navigating the club through the COVID-19 pandemic. On the positive side, he also witnessed Wembley Play-Off success and the club’s Premier League survival in the previous season.
He highlighted his role in securing five Front of Shirt partners and numerous other partnerships, expressing his pride in contributing to the club in this way. Peacock extended his gratitude to all the partners who had collaborated with the club during his tenure.
Peacock’s farewell message also acknowledged the many colleagues and friends he had worked with during his time at Nottingham Forest. As a lifelong fan who had attended NFFC games as a child and held a season ticket, he eagerly accepted the opportunity to work for the club he supported. He now looks forward to starting his new role and embarking on a new chapter while continuing to support “the Reds.”