Hungerford Town Football Club is delighted to announce a two-year agreement with leading local housebuilder Bewley Homes as its main club sponsor, in what represents a major two-year deal for the club.
The sponsorship kicked off in style at Bulpit Lane with The Crusaders’ Chairman Patrick Chambers and Bewley Homes Managing Director Andrew Brooks unveiling the new first team shirt which will have the housebuilder’s logo on the front.
Hungerford Town Football Club, who play in the Vanarama National League South, will also wear a new red away strip with the Bewley Homes’ logo on the front of the shirt.
Patrick Chambers, Chairman of Hungerford Town Football Club, said: “This is fantastic news for the club. We had lost all three main sponsors due to the financial situation, so Bewley Homes has come to the rescue.
“We are delighted they have decided to sponsor Hungerford Town Football Club for the next two years with an option for a third season. We strongly believe the partnership will be beneficial to both parties.”
Andrew Brooks, Managing Director of Bewley Homes, added: “An opportunity like this doesn’t always present itself, so we are delighted we can forge this major partnership with Hungerford Town Football Club. It’s our way of putting something extra back into the community by supporting the town’s local club where we are building.”
Bewley Homes has started to build its exciting new 2,3, 4- and 5-bedroom development at Lancaster Park on Salisbury Road and hopes to raise awareness of its new homes with the sponsorship.
Bewley Homes’ Operations Director, Peter Carpinelli, who will oversee the partnership and the Lancaster Park development, is a big fan of local community partnerships.
Peter added: “This is a vital partnership for Bewley Homes. This will enable us to engage and support many people who are connected to this much-loved football club. We are looking forward to the start of the new season as main club sponsors.”