Bracknell Town Football Club are delighted to announce Trade Worx UK electrical, plumbing and building contractors as the new club sponsor.
The Bracknell based firm have signed up as main shirt sponsors for the first, reserve and youth teams over the next three seasons.
The deal is the largest the club have signed in a number of years, and company director Adam Hopkins is very keen to get involved with the club.
He said: “Danny Oliphant (new Robins joint-manager) sold the club to me and what he and Steve Nebbett are trying to achieve.
“I have been a Bracknell lad all my life and I hope with my companies support, the club can start to look forward.
“We’ve also started work on improving the ground and I am really enjoying getting my teeth into it.”
The club Chairman Ian Nugent said: “Adam’s support is greatly appreciated by myself and all of us at the club.
“We’ve obviously had a tough season last year, but Danny and Steve have both brought some renewed enthusiasm and with Trade Worx UK on board, I really hope we can start to push forward.
“I wanted to thank Bracknell Printroom, who have have supported us over the last couple of seasons as well as their understanding that this new sponsorship is a great deal for the club, and I hope they will remain involved”.
Trade Worx UK are already preparing to rebuild the wall at the Larges Lane end of the ground that was demolished by a storm several years ago, amongst a host of other jobs around the ground that should see it significantly smartened up ahead of the new season.
Club secretary Darrell Freeland said “Adam’s company are looking to really get stuck in with the club and the premises, and it’s big thing for us that they have offered to rebuild the wall. It’s something we’ve patched up for years now as we simply couldn’t afford to rebuild it.
“We have signed up a number of additional sponsors on the back of Danny and Steve’s enthusiasm and I hope that more businesses in the town will get behind us.”
If you would like to get involved with the club, you can download a sponsorship brochure on the club website at www.bracknelltownfc.com.
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