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Abacus naming rights add up for Town


WARRINGTON Town’s promotion push has received a major boost from local law firm Abacus Solicitors who have taken on the stadium naming rights for at least the next two years.
From the start of the forthcoming season Cantilever Park will become the Abacus Solicitors Community Stadium.
Managing partner Geoff Underhill saw the opportunity as a great way of promoting the expansion of his firm with well known local solicitor Paul Ireland joining the team to head up a new family department.
To celebrate the news they were joined by Take That star Jason Orange who became a “yellow” by signing one of the club’s new shirts.
As well as looking after family law, Abacus also provides a full range of services including residential property, personal injury and civil and commercial litigation.
They are also specialists in the sports and entertainment industry.
Commenting on the new sponsorship deal Paul, who has worked as a solicitor in Warrington for more than 20 years said: “We are extremely proud to be supporting our local football club and hopefully helping them on the road to promotion.
“We see this as a great opportunity to integrate in to the local community.”
To contact Paul or the team at Abacus call Tel: 01925 210999 or visit the website www.abacus-law.co.uk


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