By now, you’ve probably seen that Barry Town United are in the MG Nathaniel cup final against TNS on Saturday January 21st and here at The Daily Vale, we will be following the team and fans during the run up to the final and producing a documentary for this momentous occasion. We have already started filming and have a big day of filming planned at the home match against Penybont this Saturday.
We’re delighted to have ‘Hang Fire Southern Kitchen’ as our main sponsor for our feature documentary. ‘Hang Fire’ have great links to Barry Town United, co-owner Shauna Guinn once played for Barry Town ladies during the 99-00 season and ‘Hang Fire’ also sponsor the under 11 girls team kit as well.
‘Hang Fire’ are delighted to be part of this project and co-owner Shauna told us:
I Think it’s great that you guys are making this documentary about the football club as I think that the club can be a big part of the regeneration of Barry. We’re very proud to be here as Barry is the biggest town in Wales and although it is a big town it still has a community vibe, a community spirit about it.
We’re also delighted to have ‘Hang Fire’ on board with us and we can’t wait to get filming this weekend.
Fear not, we still have secondary sponsorship available, details below.
Secondary sponsors £100 x 3
The secondary sponsor’s logo or name will feature on the poster and at the end of the video and will get an official Nathaniel MG Cup Final match day program signed by the Barry Town United Players. In addition you will receive 1 month of advertising on TheDailyVale.com
Tickets for the cup final are priced at £7 and are available from Barry Town United or Rims, LDS and Vic Hopkins Butchers.
For any questions or if you are interested in sponsoring this historic feature which has the full backing of Barry Town United AFC then please contact us on the form below or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Also, keep your eyes peeled over the next few days as we will have a further feature article with Shauna from Hang Fire Southern Kitchen.