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Seven more Club Partners on board

4th July 2016

We are pleased to announce the final seven Offical Club Partners for Season 2016/17.

These local businesses have special offers and discounts available to Airdrie season ticket holders, and will be working in partnership with the Club on a range of events and promotions.

The line-up is completed by Chunky Monkeys Coffee, Avenue Bar and Grill, Paprika Grill House, Bankhouse Dental Care, Hughes and McHugh Optometrists, Candyland and Southburn Mechanical Services.

Simon Arnott at Chunky Monkeys told "All of us at Chunky Monkeys Coffee are delighted to be in partnership with Airdrie Football Club. We are looking forward to supporting AFC in the coming season and meeting some of the club and supporters for a coffee!"

Avenue Bar and Grill's Denis Laird said: "We have always immersed ourselves into the community, and by signing for the local club we believe our community spirit at Avenue will take us up a league."

Rio Perez, owner of Paprika Grill House, was also pleased with the link-up.

"Paprika Grill House is a family business. It's at the heart of our motto to give back and invest in our local community - what better way of doing this than sponsoring our town's favourite football team? We believe young talent developed through structured sport is key to a producing bright, productive and successful members of our community. We will always look for ways in which we can invest in our local community and endeavour to be part of an Airdrie we can all be proud of"

Iain Maudsley of Bankhouse Dental Care said: "This is an exciting opportunity for Bankhouse Dental Care to promote our business within the local community through Airdrie FC. The vision for the club's future is impressive and its enhanced and growing profile will offer great exposure for our practice through the partnership."

Kate McHugh of Hughes and McHugh Optometrists added: "We pride ourselves on being a professional organisation which respects and works with the community that we serve to make our town a better place. We love and understand the new vision that the football club is embracing in the town, and see a synergy with our own values. We're delighted to be partners for the new season ahead."

Angela McGinnis at Candyland is happy to be engaging with the younger Diamonds supporters.

"As a business whose customer base is predominantly younger, we see all the great work that the football club does with the children in the area, and therefore see a perfect synergy working with the club. We hope this will be a long lasting relationship. Come on the Diamonds!"

And George Lowden at Southburn Mechanical Services told us: "We at Southburn Mechanical Services, while supporting our local team, are hoping for a successful season ahead - both on and off the field and for all the Partners of Airdrieonians Football Club."


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