Date:Wednesday June 20 2007
Vital Swindon Town would like to give visitors an update on sponsorship renewals for the 2007/08 season.
Vital Swindon Town sponsored three things during the 2006/07 season. Vital Swindon Town has now decided to review whether to renew these sponsorships or not for the 2007/08 season.
Trust STFC Website
Vital Swindon Town has decided not to renew our sponsorship of the website for the forthcoming season. The Trust does provide a link between the fans and the football club and we will continue to promote when Trust meetings are and support the Red Army Fund. Vital Swindon Town plans on making a one off donation to the Red Army Fund at the beginning of the season.
Red Army Loud & Proud
Red Army Loud & Proud only had 2 events last season, one at home to Barnet to welcome Gus Poyet and one away at Lincoln City. Whilst RALP was putting out cardboard cut outs etc, we have decided not to renew our sponsorship of the website and to contribute funds when Loud And Proud days are planned at matches.
Swindon Town F.C Matchday Programme Sponsorship: Get Shirty
Vital Swindon Town is unsure whether this scheme will take place next season. Our sponsorship for the 2006/07 season has ended now. We have no idea if this scheme will take place next season and we have not been approached to sponsor this. No decision will be made on whether we will sponsor this next season until we hear from the Football Club.
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Date:Wednesday June 20 2007
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