FOR the first time ever in this year’s Emirates FA Cup, Argyle shirts will carry the name of a sleeve sponsor.
Plymouth-based company Beaumont Drylining – a Pilgrim Partner – has extended its association with the club.
Beaumont Drylining participated in last year’s Argyle Corporate Golf Day, where they sponsored a hole as well entering a team to play in the competition.
They joined us as a Pilgrim Partner for the current season and have advertising in Home Park underneath the new TV gantry in Block 12.
Their Sleeve Sponsorship agreement is the first of its kind for Argyle, and will run for the duration of the club’s participation in the FA Cup.
Beaumont Drylining cover the whole of the South West, specialising in internal fit-outs, with more than 15 years’ experience in the fitting of all types of metal stud partitions; suspended ceilings; installation of SFS linings; direct fixing of plasterboard to timber frame units; bonding plasterboard to block work walls; tape and jointing; and plaster finishing.
They are a company striving to grow within the construction industry in the South West and maintain a high quality service from start to finish. They recognise that there needs to be a balance between costs, quality and long-term performance, especially when time-scales and budgets are tight or unpredictable.”
Beaumont Drylining director Jamie Beaumont – pictured with Argyle defender Tafari Moore – said: “I am delighted to further strengthen our involvement with Argyle through this exciting sponsorship position.
"As a company with the community at its heart, it is brilliant to be supporting our local football club, who share that pride for our region.”
Argyle's Head of Commercial Operations James Greenacre said: "We are delighted to see Jamie and his team at Beaumont Drylining further underline their commitment to Argyle in what is a first for the club.
"The FA has provided this opportunity for its member clubs for the first time, and we are thrilled to see one of our Pilgrim Partners jump at the chance to join us for what we hope will be an exciting Emirates FA Cup campaign."