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Hartley Services become Brentford FC Official Club Supplier

New partnership agreed with Surrey firm

1 October 2018

Hartley Services, the facilities management specialist, has become the latest member of the Brentford Football Club partnership family. Hartley Services has signed an Official Club Supplier agreement, initially for the 2018/19 season. The company has a strong relationship with the Club as Paul Collins, Managing Director, is a big Brentford fan and Hartley Services were Matchball Sponsors for the Sky Bet Championship clash against Reading on Saturday.

Hartley Services is an independently owned, family run business, founded in 1981. As a company, they provide a complete facilities management service to the commercial sector, including reactive, planned maintenance and project works. Hartley Services, based in Surrey, operates nationwide, 24/7/365; and their motto – “big enough to cope, small enough to care” – gives their clients all they need to know about the business.

Paul Collins said: “We are delighted to take this opportunity to further support Brentford FC in the coming, and future, seasons. I grew up just around the corner from Griffin Park and, having supported them my whole life, it is really exciting to be joining Brentford FC as a partner. Recognising that success can be achieved by having a good team around you, we hope we can only contribute to the club’s ever-growing success. I know we are already looking forward to cheering on The Bees from the stands!”

Mike Sullivan, Brentford FC Commercial Manager, added: ‘’We are delighted to welcome Hartley Services to our family of Club Partners. Their Managing Director Paul Collins is a huge Brentford fan, and totally recognises the parallels in the development of Hartley Services and Brentford FC at this exciting time for both. With the number of new high-profile Club Partners coming onboard, Hartley Services realise that now is the right time for them to get involved with the Club and be part of our journey from Griffin Park to our new stadium.”

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