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    Scottish wholesaler announces sponsorship of Queen’s Park FC

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    Queen’s Park FC, founded in 1867, has named Dunns Food and Drinks, which was founded less than a decade later and just a few miles away, as its official hospitality partner.

    Announcing the partnership, the wholesaler’s operations director Julie Dunn said, “As we prepare for our 150th anniversary, we’re very excited to enter a partnership with a football club that was well established even before our inception.

    “The club has a rich heritage and we’ve been proud to have been their supplier for a number of years. It felt right on multiple fronts for us to take the next step and become an official partner of the club too.

    “Like us, Queen’s Park believes in having a positive impact on the community and supporting the local workforce. We are looking forward to building a very successful partnership which will create a lot of good for communities and charities in Glasgow and beyond.”

    Kieran Koszary, head of commercial at Queen’s Park, stated that it’s a very exciting time for the club, and it’s fantastic to have the support of Dunns Food and Drinks during it.

    “We know how aligned we are – Dunns Food and Drinks have always been wonderful to work with while we both strive to use the power of our brands to enhance the lives of others. We’re also both extremely ambitious.

    “There’s huge potential for what we can achieve together, in particular through the many charity and community initiatives we are preparing to embark on in partnership.“

    One organisation set to benefit is Aware Scotland, a charity helping young people to achieve their full potential. Together, the football club and the wholesaler will invite people supported by the charity to attend training sessions, games, and press conferences.

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