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BACUP FC AND B&M ANNOUNCE EXCITING NEW 3-YEAR PARTNERSHIP

This week, B&M Retail and Bacup Borough FC announced that they will be working together in partnership over the next three years with the arrival of the club’s very own 26 - seater executive coach.


Manager Brent Peters pictured with several members of the B&M Bacup staff


The coach will be used for the transportation of all Bacup Borough FC teams ranging from Juniors right through to the first team.


Discussing the partnership with the Bacup Borough manager, Brent Peters he said; “It’s a massive privilege to be associated and working in partnership with such a reputable company as B&M. We are delighted and honoured that they believe in what we are striving to achieve at the football club, and that is to continue to be a big part of the community through the borough and beyond.”


Inside the Bacup Borough FC executive team coach


B&M is a fast-growing discount retailer that was formed in 1978. From its first store in Blackpool, Lancashire, B&M now operates more than 700 high street and out of town stores across the UK, with over 375,000 staff employees. B&M believes in selling top branded products at sensational prices and offer customers broad range of FMCG brands and non-grocery products. The retail outlet also attracts over 54 million happy customers through their doors a week.


Speaking to Shelley Robinson from B&M about the partnership with Bacup Borough she said; “We’re absolutely delighted to partnering with Bacup Borough FC, a club at the heart of the local community in Bacup. We’re rooting for the teams and wishing them all the success ahead of the new season starting and hope they get to bring some silverware home at the end of the season.”


The partnership between the two will certainly enrich those teams that have the pleasure to ride in the coach to away fixtures and tournaments. It is also expected that the club will soon be setting up a Women’s team with the addition of football in the community already up and running through the borough.


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