Raith Rovers are offering a fantastic affordable opportunity for you to have your company or individual name seen across Scotland next season.
The club are looking for front and back of shirt sponsorship on a brand new eye-catching away kit for next season.
Breaking away from the norm, the club is offering national and local businesses, groups, charities or even individuals the chance to enter a sponsorship draw at a cost of only £350 per entry.
The first prize will be your logo / name on the front of the new away kit for next season.
The second prize will be your logo / name on the back of the new away kit for next season.
First prize winners will also have their name / logo on all replica tops.
- You can have your business name or logo
- You can have the name of one of your main business partners
- You can choose a charity of your choice
- You can have an individual name. It can be your own or you can have the memory of a loved one who was a dedicated Rovers supporter
In addition there are four other prizes:
3rd Prize – Match Sponsorship for up to ten guests at one game of our choice
4th Prize – Match Ball Sponsorship for up to six guests at one game of your choice
5th Prize – Hospitality for up to four guests at one game of your choice
6th Prize – Two weekly entries to Roary’s Super Lotto Draw for one year (meaning you could win up to £25,000)
Tickets go on sale from 26th November until 8th January and can be purchased from Stark’s Park, or by emailing [email protected].
Each entrant will receive acknowledgement in the match day programme.
The prize draw will take place at a Sponsorship Reception evening in the Raith Suite at Stark’s Park on Monday 11th January, where Ray McKinnon will make the draw.
Terms and conditions
Each entry costs £350 for one ticket
You can enter as many times as you like at a cost of £350 per entry
Raith Rovers is a non-political and non-religious organisation, and therefore any entries of a political or religious nature will be invalid
Raith Rovers reserve the right to invalidate entries which may be likely to cause offence – ie – acronyms which may contain subliminal messages.