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Fairstone extends Official Partnership with Newcastle Falcons


Fairstone Financial Management is delighted to announce it will continue as an Official Partner of Aviva Premiership Rugby club, Newcastle Falcons, for two more seasons.

Fairstone, the UK’s largest Chartered Financial Planning firm, who have their head office in Boldon, has been the main club sponsor since 2013 and will now become an Official Partner of the Falcons until 2017.
Under the agreement, the Fairstone brand will be displayed on the new home and away shirts, due to be officially unveiled tomorrow, on the morning of the Singha Premiership Sevens at Kingston Park Stadium on 22nd August.
The firm, which has become one of the fastest growing financial services organisations in the UK, will also benefit from exclusive events, hospitality and player access, and will form part of an exclusive group of official partners who will work with the club over the next two seasons.
Announcing the agreement extension Newcastle Falcons Managing Director Mick Hogan commented:
"It’s great news that Fairstone and ourselves have agreed to extend our partnership beyond the current contract term. They are fantastic supporters of the Newcastle Falcons and everyone at the club has been impressed by their professionalism and development throughout the period of our working relationship to date.
"There are some fantastic synergies that we can bring to supporters and other corporate partners through this connection. We look forward to partnering with Fairstone over the next couple of years and for Fairstone to become an even bigger part of the fabric of Newcastle Falcons."
Lee Hartley, CEO of Fairstone commented:
"We are delighted to extend our partnership with Newcastle Falcons. We’re a national firm which began in the north east, and are very proud of our roots in the region. As we aim to continue on our growth strategy it was clear that our partnership with the Falcons represents a perfect fit for our business – both in terms of increasing our profile and being able to reach new customers.
"We’re looking forward to maintaining our close involvement with the team at Kingston Park as well as our fellow partners, as we look ahead to what I am sure will be a successful period for the Falcons over the coming seasons."

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