Bristol Street Motors’ ticket initiative boosts community programmes

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A number of home clubs participated in Bristol Street Motors’ ticket initiative, distributing free tickets to community groups and projects.

The initiative is part of its partnership with the English Football League (EFL) which began in November last year.

Robert Forrester, CEO of Bristol Street Motors, said: “Although our partnership with the EFL is still very much in its infancy, having only been in place for a matter of months, there is no doubting that it has been a huge success.

“The Bristol Street Motors Trophy has allowed us to work with clubs across the country to benefit their communities and a diverse range of excellent programmes. This is particularly important to us as a company with dealerships spread nationwide, many of which are local to the clubs involved in the competition.”

Premier League Kicks programmes at Forest Green Rovers and Portsmouth, a local refugee group at Accrington Stanley, and a specialist Dementia Resource Centre supported by Peterborough United have all benefitted from the initiative.

Through the initiative, Peterborough were able to welcome a local yoga group and participants in its Homeless Football programme to games.

Wycombe Wanderers, Bradford City and Blackpool are amongst others that are boosting their community work by distributing the free tickets.



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