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County reach a Pinnacle

21 October 2014

County reach a Pinnacle

Newport County AFC have today announced a new partnership with St. Mellons based Pinnacle Telecom.

Pinnacle, who will become the Club's official Telecoms Partner, are added to a long and impressive list of companies who partnered with the Club in it's first season back in the Football League last year and have continued the commitment this season.

The partnership, which will run at least until the end of the 2016/17 season, will see the Club receiving iPhones and free call minutes usage for it's staff, which will represent a huge saving for the Club over the period of the agreement, along with the installation of a new telephone switchboard system when the Club moves into it's new office accommodation at Rodney Parade. On top of this Pinnacle will be launching an affinity scheme with the Club, whereby any customer introduced to Pinnacle by the Club, the Club will receive a revenue share of the profits made on the account. The relationship will not only be of benefit to the Club, but to it's other sponsors, advertisers, partners and supporters.

County Chief Executive Dave Boddy, said " I am delighted with the partnership, it's a partnership area that I have been looking at for a long time. I am looking forward to working with Pinnacle Telecoms. They are a solid, well established business who share the same drive and ambitions as the Club to make the partnership and in particular the affinity scheme work"

Pinnacle Telecoms Managing Director, Dean Stewart said  " We are delighted at the opportunity of working with a successful and progressive football club in Newport County. The sponsorship agreement allows Pinnacle to offer progressive telecoms solutions to the club as well as it's impressive portfolio of business associates and followers. We are very much looking forward to a proactive and long term partnership".

PHOTOS COURTESY OF THE SOUTH WALES ARGUS

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