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Stagecoach partners Hartlepool United in sponsorship deal

24 Jan 2019

Stagecoach North East is delighted to announce a significant new sponsorship deal with Hartlepool United. 
 
The company, which operates bus services in Hartlepool as well as across the country, has agreed a sponsorship package which will see them working with the club over the next eighteen months. 
 
Mark Maguire, Chief Executive, commented: “I am thrilled to welcome Stagecoach North East as a partner. They are an important company locally and nationally and are invested in the community and we look forward to delivering significant value for their involvement with us over the next eighteen months and hopefully beyond. As we continue to grow commercially, it is really important to be engaging with companies like Stagecoach as well as existing partners.” 
 
Stagecoach North East is one of the largest bus operators in the UK and has the best value bus fares of any major operator. As part of the deal, the company will be promoting its pioneering ticket “Hartlepool Anywhere,” which allows passengers to travel anywhere in Hartlepool for just £1.70 (and just £1 for Under 19’s). 
 
Steve Walker, Managing Director, Stagecoach North East, said: "As a local employer and transport provider, we are delighted to come aboard as a sponsor with Hartlepool United and really look forward to an exciting and productive partnership. Hartlepool United and its fans are committed to making the club a real success and we wanted to demonstrate our own support to the community and its passion for the team."