Date: Thu 14 Feb 2013

Bangor launch draw for Shirt Sponsorship

Chairman Dilwyn Jones

Chairman Dilwyn Jones

Bangor City are offering local businesses and charities the chance of winning £20,000-worth of publicity next season in a new sponsorship raffle.

For a £100 ticket, entrants can win major sponsor branding for their business or favourite good cause on the front of City's home and away shirts next season, as well as a raft of other benefits such as;

  • pitchside advertising in prime TV view
  • season-long full-page full-colour matchday programme advertisement
  • branding on club website and regular social media updates
  • four season tickets for home league matches at The Book People Stadium
  • a framed Club shirt

    Launching the competition, Club Chairman Dilwyn Jones said;

    Businesses and Charities can win Bangor's Shirt Sponsorship

    Businesses and Charities can win Bangor's Shirt Sponsorship

    "This prize draw is an innovative way of supporting Bangor City and helping local businesses and charities. As the best-supported team in Welsh domestic football with a high local, regional and national profile, Bangor City is an attractive sponsorship vehicle.

    "We receive regular TV, online and print media coverage both within Wales and further afield, so we're confident that this exciting opportunity will appeal."

    The winner of the draw will be announced at a Sponsors' event to be held in mid-June. For more information, or to purchase a draw ticket, contact Ethan Ray on 01248 355852 / 07878938099 or e-mail here.

    Prestatyn Town launched a similar scheme this season charging £100 a ticket and held a special draw night at the club, whilst Port Talbot Town also did the same, charging £250, including a special dinner on the draw evening.

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