Potters Bar Town announce continuation of Pakex sponsorship deal

PUBLISHED: 17:03 08 August 2018 | UPDATED: 17:11 08 August 2018

Pakex will continue to be the main sponsors of Potters Bar Town as the club get their Bostik Premier Division season under way. Picture: Melissa Page

Pakex will continue to be the main sponsors of Potters Bar Town as the club get their Bostik Premier Division season under way. Picture: Melissa Page

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Potters Bar Town have announced that their sponsorship link with Pakex will continue into their historic new season.

The Scholars begin their first year in the Bostik Premier Division with a trip to Burgess Hill Town on Saturday, the highest the club has ever been up the non-league pyramid.

And they will continue to have the support or Pakex who have been partners with the club for 11 seasons and lend their new to Town’s home in Watkins Rise.

Club chairman Peter Waller said: “In the current climate companies can often be excused for cutting back on this sort of activity, but Pakex have long been at the forefront in supporting sport and community events.

“Without this level of support from business and local people, clubs at this level will always struggle to survive.”

Pakex directors Matt and Sarah Russell said: “This is the continuation of our support for the club, and we are pleased to be able to support a successful and developing community-based club”

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