Tonbridge Accident Repair Centre continue to support the Angels with valuable sponsorship
Angels youth football to benefit
Tonbridge Angels is delighted to announce that long standing club sponsor, Tonbridge Accident Repair Centre, has committed to the club for another year and extended their sponsorship contribution.
Alongside their advertising boards around the ground, the local Tonbridge business will now be sponsoring the Club’s Under 18 side, who will be playing their home fixtures at Longmead this coming season in the Isthmian Youth League.
The Tonbridge Accident Repair Centre logo will feature prominently on the Under 18 team new home and away shirts, modelled here by Under 18 player, Luca Woodhouse.
Established in 1969, Tonbridge Accident Repair Centre Ltd (also known locally as TARC) is a friendly family run business that has earned through hard work and dedication an enviable reputation for delivering quality vehicle accident and crash repairs coupled with a reliable and trustworthy service to all their customers. Continual investment in the very latest state-of-the-art equipment, technology and training has seen the company achieve the prestigious PAS125 British Kitemark Standard for vehicle repair.
Commenting on the strengthened partnership, Chairman Dave Netherstreet said, “We’d like to thank Tonbridge Accident and Repair Centre for their great support for the coming season. Youth football is hugely important to us as it continues to strengthen our links within the community.
Ashley Pitman of Tonbridge Accident Repair Centre said, “We are a local business with a strong community ethos and we are delighted to be supporting The Angels this coming season, and in particular the Under 18 team. All our staff are really excited about this strong partnership and we wish the Club much success for the coming season.”
Fixtures for the Under 18 team, who will be playing their home games at The Halcyon Wealth Longmead Stadium on Monday evenings will be announced shortly.
Picture by Dave Couldridge. Youth player Luca Woodhouse wearing one of the sponsored shirts used for away fixtures.