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Grantham Town announce new main sponsor




Ian Howard and Keith Horton.
Ian Howard and Keith Horton.

Grantham Town FC’s new main club sponsor for the forthcoming season is JMP Solicitors.

Both the Gingerbreads’ home and away shirts will display the logo of JMP Solicitors who are introducing a discounted legal service for season ticket holders of the club which is available via a dedicated webpage on the JMP Solicitors’ website.

JMP Solicitors managing director Ian Howard said: “Grantham Town FC has undergone huge transformation in recent times under the expert leadership of their chief executive Keith Horton and it is the club’s clear direction and focus on youth development that has attracted us to become sponsors for the season ahead.”

JMP Solicitors was awarded ‘Business of the Year’ in this year’s Grantham Journal Business Awards in recognition of its commitment to investing in Grantham.

Mr Horton said the club was extremely pleased to be able to partner with such a prestigious and successful Grantham business. He said: “We look forward to building on the relationship during the 2015/16 season as we progress the development of Grantham Town Football Club at all levels, from our Gingerbreads Soccer School through to the first team.”

The new season kicks off on Saturday, August 15, with an away game against Hyde FC following a number of pre-season friendlies against Lincoln City, Mansfield Town, King’s Lynn and Leek Town. Grantham’s first home match at The Meres is against old foes Ilkeston FC on Tuesday, August 18.

Mr Howard (left) is pictured shaking on the deal with Keith Horton.



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