Wrexham Football Club are delighted to announce Peter Gwyn & Sons Quality Potatoes has renewed its sleeve sponsorship for the 2019-20 season.
Last season, the Vanarama National League told member clubs that sleeve sponsorship could be attained and Wrexham AFC commercial manager Geoff Scott worked quickly to sign up Peter Gwyn & Sons Quality Potatoes, who became the club’s first ever sleeve sponsor.
Wrexham based, Peter Gwyn & Sons Quality Potatoes are a family run business, established in 1991 by Peter Gwyn.
The company supply a variety of top quality potatoes to chip shops and the catering trade. Peter Gwyn's potatoes are sourced from all over the country during the summer when the new season potatoes start.
They use the best quality Shropshire and Cheshire potatoes from farms they have dealt with for over 20 years. Through the winter months they use the finest fryers from Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire.
Wrexham AFC Commercial Manager Geoff Scott said of the deal: "We are delighted that Peter Gwyn & Sons Quality Potatoes have decided to renew their sleeve sponsorship for the coming season.
"They are a fantastic local business who supply other businesses throughout the region. Of course there has been a lot of interest in this unique sponsorship, but having a local business who can benefit from the sponsorship is most satisfying."
Peter Gwyn recently visited the Racecourse to confirm the deal, he said: "I'm really proud to renew the sleeve sponsorship. Our logo has been seen by so many people last season, on television, the internet and at games. Also on the replica shirts worn by the fans."
Of his business connection with the football club, he went on to say: "We have been trading in Wrexham for 28 years now and my two son's are involved in the business. We supply fish and chip shops and caterers all over North Wales as far as Anglesey and all of the coast.
"Being a family business it’s really important to be involved with a family orientated football club. Personally, I have been attending games since I was about 10 years old and seeing the players with my logo on their shirts is really special."