Pontypool RFC is pleased to announce that the Pontypool Free Press has extended its relationship with the club for the 2014/2015 season.
In continuing this partnership, the Free Press brand will remain a large presence on the rear of the iconic Pontypool RFC shirt as well retaining its place as a familiar feature in the match day programme. Pontypool RFC will also continue to receive substantial advertising space in the Pontypool Free Press newspaper and website throughout the entirety of the 2014/2015 season.
Pontypool RFC Corporate Director, Ben Jeffreys, said: “We are delighted that the Free Press has been so kind as to renew its relationship with Pontypool RFC for next season. Together we achieved many great things in promoting what is great about the town of Pontypool and a fantastic relationship has been formed.”
“We are most grateful for the support the Free Press and its team delivered last season and I am looking forward to another successful season of continuing that determination to make Pontypool great again.”
The Free Press was instrumental in launching the Target 1,000 campaign in support of Pontypool RFC last season. The campaign was launched with the aim of raising the attendance of Pontypool RFC home fixtures to 1,000 fans and beyond - not only to further develop the club, but to also maintain and enhance the positive impact that this benchmark can have on local businesses and organisations situated in the town of Pontypool as a whole.
The target was reached on October 12th 2013 when 1,200 supporters attended the Pontypool RFC v Ebbw Vale RFC fixture at Pontypool Park.
“The Free Press is more than happy to renew our partnership with Pontypool RFC,” said Free Press Managing Editor, Nicole Garnon. “We thoroughly enjoyed the fantastic season the club has just had and we are convinced that next season will see the team and the club build on the strong foundations set over the past year.”
Pontypool RFC would like to express its sincerest of thanks to the Free Press for their continued support.