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RUFC - Coakley happy with how things are going

Rotherham United Commercial Director, Steve Coakley is delighted that the perimeter board advertising for next season is sold out.

Speaking to the Official Site, Mr Coakley said, 'We are obviously delighted to have sold out our perimeter board advertising for yet another season, however, this is just one of many ways businesses can work with the Club to promote their products and/or services. We are always looking to introduce new partners in all areas of the Club and want to continue engaging with local businesses, however big or small.'

Mr Coakley also said that the Red and White shop had also been busy. 'When you take into account the current financial climate, we're encouraged with how the club is developing and that the commercial revenue is continuing to grow.'


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Date:Saturday July 23 2011

Time: 9:03AM

 

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