Lincoln City Football Club pledge support to local businesses

Lincoln City Football Club pledge support to local businesses

has pledged its support to the local business community by becoming the latest patron of the Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce.


The Lincolnshire loved Imps have recently signed an exclusive patronage with the enabling them to increase their presence in the county, as well as support even more local businesses. 

The football club, in partnership with the Chamber, will offer members more opportunities for corporate hospitality, networking and closer working relationships with the club.

Simon Beardsley Chief Executive of Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce, commented: “We are delighted to welcome such a high-profile client as Lincoln City Football Club. To be associated with a passionately supported, ambitious club with strong links to local businesses and the community is fantastic.

“Lincoln City Football Club is a key business partner in Lincolnshire and we thank them for pledging their support to the local business community.”

Lincoln City are seeing some very exciting developments and it’s fantastic to hear that they recognise that their success can play an integral part in the success of our local economy, not just in business terms but also when reflecting on the associated benefits for employees and the places where we live.

Liam Scully, Chief Executive at Lincoln City Football Club, said: “We are excited to be part of the Lincolnshire Chamber. The patronage isn’t just about what the organisation can do for us, but what we can do for the wider business community in the county."

The football club joins a small group of high profile patrons, who are particularly influential and prominent organisations which share the values that drive the Chamber forward

To find out more about the Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce and how you can get your business involved, visit the website at www.lincs-chamber.co.uk.

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