Tuesday, May 22, 2012

News: Rotherham Glass and Glazing secure seats at the New York Stadium


Rotherham Glass and Glazing is the latest local company to become a member of Rotherham United's 1925 club at the New York Stadium.

The Parkgate firm has signed up for Gold membership of the exclusive corporate hospitality club that offers the best seats in the 12,000 seater stadium.

The firm, established in 1985, manufactures double glazed units and provides general glazing services across South Yorkshire.

Suzanne Beever, manager of Rotherham Glass and Glazing, said: "As a Rotherham-based company we are keen to show our support for the club. Becoming members of the 1925 Club has meant that we are now a part of Millers history as they enter this exciting new era.

"The new stadium will be a massive success which is great for the town. We will be using our 1925 Club tickets internally but also to entertain clients and customers, and I am sure they will be in high demand."

Membership of the 1925 Club will provide Rotherham Glass and Glazing with luxury match day treatment at the £20m New York Stadium and entitle them to watch the Millers from the best seats in the house.

They will also be able to enjoy lounge, bar and restaurant facilities and VIP parking.

Cllr Roger Stone, the leader of Rotherham Council has used his recent blog to discuss the stadium development that is nearing completion on the Guest & Chrines site close to the town centre.

He said: "The new community stadium is looking more and more impressive each day. I went along to the last game played by the Millers at the Don Valley Stadium and as always, was impressed by the commitment and the loyalty of the fans who have supported their club and the players through the trials and tribulations of the past few years. They can now have their eyes firmly fixed on the 21st July - the first game in the new stadium - and an exciting new future.

"We should all wish them well, in the knowledge that a thriving and successful team based on their own home "turf" can be a great barometer of - and contributor to - how well an area is performing on an economic front and how well the town is perceived outside the area."

Rotherham United website

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Anonymous,  May 22, 2012 at 11:57 AM  

For more info on the 1925 Club please contact Mark Willis at mark.willis@rotherhamunited.net

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