LOCAL bus company Network Warrington and Warrington Town FC have once again teamed up in a sponsorship deal between the two organisations.
Holders of Network Warrington Touch&Go! season tickets, will again be able to get free admission to Warrington Town home league games throughout the forthcoming season.
The company will benefit from advertising at Town’s Abacus Solicitors Community Stadium and in the match-day brochure, and on the Club’s website as well as providing added value for all their Tough & Go season ticket holders.
David Squire, Managing Director of Network Warrington said, “We are very pleased to have reached agreement to provide sponsorship of Town for a further season.
“They have a new manager and team, and have big ambitions to bring football success to the town, both on and off the field, and we are pleased to be able to continue our support of the Club”.
It is the 4th consecutive year Network Warrington have shown their support to the football club, which has ambitions to deliver a Football League Club to the town within the next 10 years, including a new stadium facility.
Chairman Gary Skentelbery: “We are delighted Network Warrington have continued their support for the football club and year on year we have seen our fan base growing steadily, with more and more people taking up the free admission offer as part of this sponsorship deal. Many of our supporters, especially the youngsters are regulars on the buses, the support of our sponsors is helping us drive the club forward in a positive manner and the town will benefit in many ways if we can deliver a Football League club to Warrington –a town with fantastic sporting pedigree which we hope to add to.”
Meanwhile Network Warrington gave excellent service for the club during the recent Peace Cup, providing all the transportation needs for the visiting team Crewe United from Lisburn in Northern Ireland.Picture shows L – R, Warrington Town FC Football Development Director Paul Ireland, Network Warrington Managing Director David Squire and Engineering Director Damian Graham.