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Signs For A Show Of Support

Signs For A Show Of Support

The club has worked with the council and now local businesses have a chance to have their company logo attached to these avertisements.

Following on from the giant stadium artwork which is already adorning St Mary's, these roadside banners look as though they are about to sweep the city. Building on the wave of enthusiasm from our Wembley date these banners all have the Saints art work on them.

Local businesses have their chance to join in this mood of enthusiasm. The club is offering them the chance to join in with the club for a small fee. This fee allows companies to sponsor individual banners and have their logo take pride of place at the bottom of the artwork.



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Wednesday March 10 2010
Time: 9:32PM

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The feeling going the rounds is so good it would be a great idea for some businesses to join in. Can't do any harm anyway.
sfc4ghg
10/03/2010 21:52:00
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I love the idea of having a roadside banner posted on several posts around our city. It is not every year that we have the chance to get a day out in such fine manner. Let us enjoy our moment of glory as much as we can.
stellarnw
10/03/2010 23:11:00
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Walking around the centre of town on matchdays it is always fascinating to see the different things on display. This idea is good as it shows an affinity with the club that is shared by local businesses.
SFC Forever
11/03/2010 23:27:00
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