Porsche Centre Reading is delighted to announce their sponsorship of local Barton Rovers U10 football team. On Wednesday 8 June 2016, the team, along with Manager Callum Purvis, were presented with their sponsored football kits at the Centre by our Centre Principal, Sean Wilson.
Callum Purvis, Manager of Barton Rovers U10s, said: “The players are really excited by the backing of Porsche Centre Reading. Everyone at the Centre has been incredibly supportive.”
Sean Wilson, Centre Principal for Porsche Centre Reading, added: “We are always on the lookout for ways for the Centre to give back to the local community, so it is our pleasure to sponsor the Barton Rovers U10 football team. We look forward to following their progress and wish them the very best for the season ahead.”
Visit our Facebook page for more photos of the team’s visit to our Porsche Centre.
Barton Rovers U10 football team will be sporting their new kit for the 2016/17 season. Learn more from the club website.
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