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Maidstone United: Ben’s Notes

Posted by Ben Bottomley
Posted on Tue 24 Oct 2017
Posted in Commercial

Good evening and welcome to this evenings Vanarama National League fixture against Maidstone

Here we go again and hopefully a decent win to secure a much needed 3 points!

I would like to give special mention all our senior sponsors Northern Power House Developments, GB Architectural, Dickies Tiles, Pennine Pneumatic, Hanson Plywood, Integro and RSA. Our main sponsors all play a crucial role with the club and I would encourage you to use the services they offer whenever you can. Please mention your connection with the Club when making contact.

On Thursday 2nd November we will be holding a very special retail launch at Harvey’s department store in Halifax – the evening is open to all and we will be providing you with a sneak peek at our new retail area within the store – there will also be some food and drink for you all to enjoy!

Please see our website for full details on the evening.

The festive period is upon us so If you’d like to watch the games over the holiday period in style then we’re offering the following dining packages both from £15 for Children and £45 for Adults.

FC Halifax Town vs Chester FC 23 December 2017 – ‘Our Festive Feast’ a three course Christmas Lunch, premium seating, match-day programme, half-time tea and coffee and post-match presentations.

FC Halifax Town vs Macclesfield Town 1 January 2018 – ‘Our New Year’s Lunch’ a three-course lunch, (no turkey in sight!) and guaranteed hearty enough to cure any sore New Year’s Eve head, premium seating, match-day programme, half-time tea and coffee and post-match presentations.

We’d suggest you book with me on early as these dates will be very popular.

We now have the final few player sponsorships so please check out Today’s programme to see who’s still available. For just £200 you can sponsor a player home or away for the season and benefit from your name in the programme each week along with a special invitation to the end of season player awards where your players shirt will be presented to you.

We’ve also had a great start to our programme feature ”Play the Squares”

get your name or companies details in the programme for the season with squares starting at just £10. This is another great way to support the club and helps fund our physio and medical needs.

I am currently working on the fixture list and team poster so I’m on the hunt is for people with companies and businesses. If you fancy getting involved with this very popular feature then please get in touch ASAP.

The focus remains on Match Day Sponsorship and Hospitality! Thank you to those who have already secured their dates and for anyone else who is thinking about it please do get in touch with me direct! We currently have

16 full match sponsors booked in on various games so please see today’s programme for more info.

Being one of our match sponsors guarantees not only a great day or evening out but the chance to either promote your business, use as a gift or maybe for a celebration – whatever its purpose, our focus is on making sure you and your guests have a memorable experience with us.

Mascot packages. . . Children have the chance to experience an unforgettable day at The Shay. The package allows mascots to look behind the scenes on a match day, and gives them the opportunity to meet their heroes… and yours! You can also enjoy a fantastic meal in our banqueting suite. If you would like to book this package then again please don’t hesitate to contact us at the club office – we’ve many options and prices ALL revenue is vital and helps towards covering necessary but costly expenses that the club incurs daily. As you’re probably aware, the club works very hard on little off the field resource to generate the income needed, so thank you to all new and existing sponsors who have already supported us this season.

For more details on sponsorship or anything to support the club please give me a call on 07967 949 777 or drop me a line at

Thank you all for the continued support


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