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NSBRC takes a stand at the County Ground

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When jubilant football fans jump to their feet at Swindon Town’s County Ground, they’ll do so in front of a hoarding promoting The National Self Build & Renovation Centre.

The NSBRC has teamed up with Swindon Town FC to support the club as a gold business partner

The NSBRC has a large display board within the ground, as well as an advert in every match day programme, attracting fans who are interested in improving their homes.

Harvey Fremlin, managing director at the NSBRC, said: “We are thrilled to support our home team by becoming a gold business partner.

"We believe the NSBRC is a fantastic resource that is under-utilised by people in and around Swindon and this partnership is a high-profile opportunity to highlight that we are free to visit and open to the public.

“Our branding in the ground is asking a simple question; Are you ‘Improving your home?’ and will hopefully inspire people to look at our website and pay us a visit.

“We help people who are building new homes but also many who are improving their own houses, perhaps by building an extension, converting a loft or fitting a new kitchen or bathroom.

“The package offered by the team at STFC is excellent with a flexible range of advertising options that will help us promote our company and have fun while doing so.

"I have been watching Swindon for over thirty years and my young son is a big fan too, so it is fantastic to get more involved with the club. We wish Phil Brown and the team every success this season.”

Kay Wainwright, Sales & Marketing Executive at STFC, said: “I have been at Swindon Town FC for the past nine+ years and every day is exciting and brings new challenges.

"We are very proud to be a family club and we are delighted to welcome the National Self Build & Renovation Centre into our family. They are an employee-owned business and it’s a really nice fit for us”.

The NSBRC team attended Swindon’s season opening win against Macclesfield Town as Talk of the Town Sponsors when fans could see their brand new advertising board for the first time.