SWINDON Town are delighted to unveil Cotswold Farm Machinery as the back of shirt sponsors on the new 2014/15 away shirt.
General Manager, Steve Anderson, said: "It is brilliant news that another long-term, locally-based club sponsor has now become a club partner, with their logo appearing on the back of the 2014/15 away shirt. We look forward to expanding our relationship with Cotswold Farm Machinery over the forthcoming season and beyond.”
Simon Carrington, Managing Director of CFM, commented: ”Without question, we are very proud to be able to continue our association with Swindon Town Football Club. Sometimes in life you have to step up to the plate and, as a lifelong supporter of the club I have been attending matches at the County ground for 40 years with my father. In more recent years we have made match days a family event as our family has grown. The opportunity to work closer with the club seemed the right time for myself and CFM, as we look forward to the start of the 2014/15 season.
Cotswold Farm Machinery Ltd is a leading multi-franchised agricultural and horticultural machinery dealership, employing a team of 20 staff, based 6 miles north of Cirencester just off the A429 at Fosse Cross Industrial Estate. Our Sales, Aftersales and Service departments are fully equipped and skilled to provide an excellent service to the farming community throughout North Wiltshire, West Oxfordshire and Gloucestershire.
“Our customers’ requirements range from those with small gardens to large country estates and the small independent farmer to the larger farm owner/managed estates. Their machinery requirements can range from a £150.00 chainsaw up to the largest 692HP Tractor with a retail value of £449,000, or Combine Harvesters with up to 12.2m (40ft) headers with retail value price of £460,000.”
“The company is owned by myself and my wife Janet who also works full-time in the business as the HR and Operations Director. With our company ethos of ‘passion and desire to succeed’ we believe we have a sustainable business which is able to provide employment and a service to our surrounding rural community.”