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Grantham Town FC launches business opportunities brochure




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Grantham Town FC launched the club’s 2015/16 season business partnership opportunities brochure in front of a packed audience at the Grantham Business Club annual meeting in the Urban Hotel last Tuesday.

During the 2015/16 season, the club is looking to build upon and strengthen the links it has created over the last nine months with the Grantham business community, and also work in partnership with these businesses for the benefit of the wider community.

The partnership opportunities include a wide range of products which will, the club believes, suit all sizes of business and also, most importantly, all budgets.

Next season will see the development of the clubs lottery which currently pays out more than £200 per week in prize monies. From immediate effect, the lottery will now be available to businesses who will receive a 10 per cent commission on all sales at their individual workplaces. This, in turn, will enable the each company to pass on the commission from the sales of their lottery tickets to their nominated local charity.

Grantham Town chief executive officer Keith Horton said: “I am very pleased that we have been able to launch this new partnership document ahead of the forthcoming 2015/16 season and, indeed, before the end of the current season.

“The heart of the club’s strategy is to work in a wide variety of partnerships with all sections of the Grantham community. Our philosophy is very simple: any business working with the club will in return receive double their investment in services from the club.”

For more information on the numerous partnership opportunities, contact Keith Horton at horton.k@btinternet.com or Sophie Cope at soph-15-cope@hotmail.com



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