Non League Daily

Exacta Naming Rights Deal Ends

Conference Premier newcomers Chester FC are looking for a new partner to take on board their stadium naming rights after Exacta have chosen not to extend their deal after three years.

The new sponsor would be associated with the club ahead of their entry into the top flight of non league football.

The sponsorship opportunity will provide a business or brand with a prime site in the region for advertising both inside and outside the Deva Stadium which attracts more than 100,000 visitors per year.

Dave Riche who looks after the club's marketing and business development said: "The club have had a great relationship with Exacta over the past three years and the company have had profile with us both on and off the pitch.

"We thank them for their support and now they have decided it is time for someone else to come on board.

"This opens up a great opportunity in terms of being our stadium partner as we develop as a venue for both football and non footballing activities.

"Chester Football Club have a great level of support and interest has been strong in terms of commercial partnerships and profile in the close season. We are now playing back in a national league and we hope this will assist for a new stadium sponsor to come on board on a long term deal."

Chairman Tony Durkin said: "I'd like to thank Exacta for what they have done for the club over the last three years and we hope to attract a new stadium partner who will watch us continue to grow as a club both on and off the pitch.

"The club are playing at the highest level since the reformation and we want the progression to continue."

 

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