Mulbarton Wanderers Football Club are delighted to announce that Pips Skips have agreed to be our main sponsor for the First Team for the coming season.
As part of the deal, Pips Skips will have their name emblazoned on the home and away kits as well as the player tracksuits and polo shirts. You will notice our new away kit is yellow and red - a striking combination, and this was chosen as they're the colours of Pips Skips logo.
In addition, their advert will appear in all home programmes and we are soon to take delivery of two large advertising boards to take pride of place at Mulberry Park.
Vice Chairman Danny Gaskin said:
"This is a massive boost for the First Team who have been looking for a main sponsor for a while now. The fact that the deal covers all playing kit and clubwear for the lads takes away the issue of having to source multiple sponsors, and ensures that the lads who sign up for the First Team pay their membership fee to cover the club's costs throughout the season."
"Pips are already well known to us, with Phil, Kerry and Georgia Hyde keen supporters of the club and James Hyde being a key player for the Reserve Team. They've sponsored events in the past, and only recently purchased kit and tracksuits for one of our youth teams."
" I'd personally, and on behalf of the club, like to thank them all for their generosity and support and hope that over the coming years we can repay them with much success on and off the pitch."
For all of your skip hire needs, visit their website at https://www.pipsskips.co.uk/ or contact them on 01603 882100.
About Pips Skips:
Skip hire Norwich and the surrounding area is our speciality. Established in 1992 our family run business operates a reliable and reputable service that has continuously grown year after year. Our 15 lorries in their distinctive red and yellow livery carry our bright yellow skips across the county. Pips Skips will arrange the delivery and removal of any of our sized skips to any address in Norwich and the surrounding areas including East Dereham, Wymondham, Swaffham, North Elmham, Aylsham, Acle, Poringland, Long Stratton, Attleborough and Watton.
Updated 21:31 - 9 Sep 2017 by Jack Owen