Sponsors in seventh heaven

11 months ago By David Watters

Sponsors Crown Highways are in seventh heaven after renewing their partnership with EVO-STIK League Chasetown.

The long-term front of shirt sponsors told Scholars fans they were "delighted" to be backing the EVO-STIK League South club for a seventh consecutive season on the eve of the 2017-18 campaign on Friday.

Chasetown manager Scott Dundas is pictured at The Scholars Ground showing off the club's newly branded kit with Crown Highways procurement manager and lifelong Scholars fan Richard Lamb after the deal renewing their support was signed and sealed before his side host Lincoln United on Saturday.

A spokesman for the sponsors said: "Crown Highways are once again delighted to extend our sponsorship and association with Chasetown FC for the forthcoming season making it the seventh year in succession. This has grown from main shirt sponsor to now include the club training wear and the naming of the stand and we are looking forward to many more seasons to come."



Crown Highways chairman Steve Jones added: "We recognise the need for local business to embrace and collaborate with the local community and we once again are pleased to assist Chasetown FC. It is hoped that with our support, we can all achieve the objective of a successful season and we very much look forward to the challenge."

Image courtesy of @ChasetownFC1954/Twitter

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