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Clarets Sponsorship Extended

Clarets Sponsorship Extended

Burnley football have announced an extension to their shirt sponsorship deal with Hunters Property Group, which will continue for another season.

The current deal had been due to expire at the end of this season, but the extension has been agreed, for an inreased amount for the contract period.

Clarets Chief Executive Dave Edmondson said: ''Hunters Property Group have been an excellent and most supportive partner of the Club. I'm so pleased that they have recognised the value of their sponsorship and have agreed to extend the agreement for another year.'


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Date:Monday February 27 2006
Time: 10:03AM

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Interesting there was a strong rumour that David Fishwick's of Colne would get the contract. Hunters must have come up with something more attractive that suited both Club & Sponsor. Not sure if contracts of this type are renewed every year but will have to see who gets the baby for 2007/8
turfmanphil
27/02/2006 19:00:00
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At least there is one positive point to note . Improved sponsorsorship will let the club afloat . Burnley have to change for the better provided they enlist the right players who can perform in the fields .If really they perform there would be more cash flow through the turnstiles .at present negativity is very much apparent .
davemanu2000
28/02/2006 05:10:00
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Always good if you can get good sponsors. Where would we be without them?
FEn_100
30/04/2006 21:24:00
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