Tuesday, May 15, 2012

News: Norton Finance at the New York Stadium


Leading Rotherham employer, Norton Finance has joined Rotherham United's 1925 Club at the New York Stadium.

Family owned Norton Finance has become a Gold member of the corporate hospitality club which will provide luxury match day treatment for the local business community.

Based on Mansfield Road in the town centre, Norton Finance operates as a group of companies including a lending arm and divisions specialising in loans and mortgages and debt management. They employ around 250 people.

Keith Stringer, director at Norton Finance, who founded the firm in 1974 and has lived in the town all his life, said: "The 1925 Club will provide us with a facility to entertain our business partners, and our employees will also be rewarded for their hard work with the opportunity to use our tickets.

"The New York Stadium looks excellent and it will attract a lot of people, both for football and its offerings to the business community. Rotherham United are moving forward and we wanted to become a part of the club's future success."

Rotherham United chairman Tony Stewart said: "As a family club we are delighted that a family owned company like Norton Finance has got on board. The local community is really behind the New York Stadium and businesses in Rotherham continue to show tremendous interest in the 1925 Club."

Members of the three-tier package will not only be able to watch the match from the best seats in the house, but will also enjoy lounge, bar and restaurant facilities and VIP parking.

The club has also announced a new partnership with security company G4S who will take over the stewarding services at the New York Stadium.

Eric Alexander, managing director at G4S Event, said: "We are delighted at our new partnership with Rotherham Football Club and are looking forward to developing our relationship and supporting the transition to their new stadium. It is great to be expanding our footprint in this part of the country and we are looking forward to using our extensive experience to provide a seamless security solution whilst expanding our football credentials."

The Millers website

Norton Finance website

Images: Rotherham United


Anonymous,  May 15, 2012 at 10:32 AM  

For more information please email mark.willis@rotherhamunited.net

Stin(ger) 'em up... May 29, 2012 at 12:41 PM  

So Norton Finance can go into administration and avoid paying people back the PPI that they missold, but at the same time can afford to go all corporate..... mmmmm

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