01:30PM, Wednesday 21 September 2016
A new three-year sponsorship deal has been agreed between the Advertiser and Maidenhead United, cementing the close ties between the neighbours.
The Magpies have been flying this season, and currently lead the National League South.
The club’s owner and chairman Peter Griffin met Baylis Media’s chairman Jason Baylis at the York Road ground to discuss their delight with the deal, joined by the esteemed club mascot, Yorkie.
Peter said: “I often say these are the two oldest institutions in Maidenhead.
“It is just really nice that we can work together.
“I am really excited to see how the club is going this year.”
Jason said he was ‘proud’ of the renewed sponsorship.
He added: “It is an absolutely brilliant deal. It really does help.
“It has come at a really good time for the club.”
Yorkie the Magpie could not provide a comment.
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