"That's right Mr Bond, we'll be on Sky Sports every weekend... if not live then at least Goals on Sunday."
jerryatricjanner wrote:mike_gss wrote:Wotton is God wrote: Who??
I suppose being in League Two for the foreseeable we can't expect to have a nationally recognisable sponsor any more.
Hopefully Ginsters are being retained in some sponsoring capacity. They may be sh1te (I don't think so ) but at least they are a nationally recognised brand. With all due respect to Bonds... who are they?
That we have come to this - our main sponsors are a bunch of shed manufacturers
Bit disrespectful that. They are a bit more than shed manufacturers and their family have been season ticket holders of many years standing, I remember the Bond brothers attending right back to the 60's and they were older than me by some way. Obviously they consider their set up large enough to seek a higher profile throughout the westcountry and if it benefits the club all well and good. Thanks to them, they obviously offered the best deal.
daicactus wrote: Thank you Messers WH Bond. Here's to a mutually beneficial sponsorship.
I can't understand why anyone is kicking off about this. This concern is backing the club. Good on 'em, I say.
PL2 3DQ wrote: Given Bond's agriculture knowledge and expertise I wonder if looking after the Home Park pitch is part of deal, supplying groundsmen, machinery and tools etc?
Maybe even some maintenance work around the stadium as well?
pogleswoody wrote:daicactus wrote:pogleswoody wrote: but these shirts are the wrong colour!!
yes - we expect you to dye Mr Bond!
sorry - 60th birthday today .. i PROMISE to be more mature .. in future, after tonight! .. maybe!!
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