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Looks like the purveyor of garbage service station food is relinquishing its sponsorship

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The chatter seems to be either Princess Yachts or Babcock.
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PostSubject: Re: New sponsors for 22-23 season   New sponsors for 22-23 season EmptyMon Apr 04, 2022 3:17 pm

Clodagh Rubbish wrote:
Looks like the purveyor of garbage service station food is relinquishing its sponsorship

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The chatter seems to be either Princess Yachts or Babcock.

its princess yachts

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PostSubject: Re: New sponsors for 22-23 season   New sponsors for 22-23 season EmptyMon Apr 04, 2022 5:15 pm

Angry wrote:
Clodagh Rubbish wrote:
Looks like the purveyor of garbage service station food is relinquishing its sponsorship

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The chatter seems to be either Princess Yachts or Babcock.

its princess yachts


Hope the contract is signed when they are in one of their ‘boom’ phases, rather than their ‘bust’ ones!
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Czarcasm wrote:
Angry wrote:
Clodagh Rubbish wrote:
Looks like the purveyor of garbage service station food is relinquishing its sponsorship

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The chatter seems to be either Princess Yachts or Babcock.

its princess yachts


Hope the contract is signed when they are in one of their ‘boom’ phases, rather than their ‘bust’ ones!

agree that company is very hot and cold so i trust this wont be a longterm deal
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They're desperate for staff at the mo so must be on a peak
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Riding the crest of a wave lol
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End of and era, how sad. jocolor
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PostSubject: Re: New sponsors for 22-23 season   New sponsors for 22-23 season EmptyMon Apr 04, 2022 6:54 pm

Les Miserable wrote:
They're desperate for staff at the mo so must be on a peak

when they have the work its great for its workers im sure but when they dont they are ruthless in cutting staff numbers and barring them from re applying for 2 years if they take redundancy *which im sure is the same anywhere really definately babcock too.

None the less aslong as their money clears concerning the club if we are to display their banner on our shirts next season and beyond thats all im concerned with not how the operate.
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PostSubject: Re: New sponsors for 22-23 season   New sponsors for 22-23 season EmptyMon Apr 04, 2022 7:23 pm

Les Miserable wrote:
They're desperate for staff at the mo so must be on a peak


Always looking for staff. They do not have the best of reputations as employers.
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Thinking the same SA
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Bad enough can see their sign from my seat at hp
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PostSubject: Re: New sponsors for 22-23 season   New sponsors for 22-23 season EmptyThu Jun 09, 2022 2:51 pm

So the new sponsor is


ginsters but under a new name.

Argyle and Ginsters Launch Project 35

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We are excited to announce the launch of a brand-new community social impact project for Plymouth, Project 35, in partnership with Ginsters and the Argyle Community Trust.

Project 35 is our landmark social action initiative aimed at reducing poverty in Plymouth, through a comprehensive campaign of fund-raising, awareness raising, social outreach, food donations, education, and charity support.

The Project's titular number, 35, represents the percentage of children in Plymouth reported to be living in poverty in some wards of our city, according to the most recent (2019) pre-pandemic data.

For us, Project 35 is not just about raising awareness. It is also about taking action. When Argyle has needed the people of Plymouth to support us, they have done so. Now, in a position of relative strength, the club, in a long-term partnership with Ginsters, will take an active role in supporting those most exposed to poverty.

By partnering with Ginsters - a nationally renowned food business who share Argyle's community- focused values - we can use the power of Argyle, our stakeholders, and the Green Army to deliver a large-scale social impact campaign through the Argyle Community Trust.

A wide range of food poverty initiatives will take place throughout the lifespan of Project 35, including providing free meals for children from deprived areas during school holidays, weekend hampers, and dedicated food appeals at Argyle matches throughout the season, alongside permanent food donation points being introduced at Home Park. In addition, Project 35 will support families most affected by poverty with additional educational and pastoral care.

Project 35 will adorn the front of Argyle's men’s, women’s and Academy shirts for the duration of the 22/23 season to raise awareness of the harsh reality that many local families are facing amid a cost-of-living crisis.

While appearing on the club's front of shirt for a season, Project 35 will be a multi-year commitment. Year one will focus primarily on food poverty, starting with a pledge from Ginsters to deliver 100,000 free lunches to local children in 22/23 via the Argyle Community Trust, as well as donation of staff time at both Ginsters and Argyle over the course of the Project.

The club had strongly considered offering our front of shirt sponsorship to a charitable cause for 22/23 – assessing a range of options, from going alone with what is now Project 35, to offering exposure and support to a local organisation.

Despite several promising conversations with local and national brands whose values complemented those of Argyle, ultimately, the chance to deliver a club-led campaign to tackle poverty in our community alongside Ginsters was the stand-out choice.

Argyle Head of Commercial Operations, James Greenacre, said: "This is the most exciting and ambitious front of shirt partnership I have been involved in at the club, and we cannot wait to bring it to life in the season ahead. Project 35 has the potential to have a huge impact on our local community, using the power of Argyle for social good."

As a result of this partnership, Ginsters will remain the club’s Principal Partner, but the renowned pasty manufacturer has opted to donate shirt sponsorship to Project 35, as well as committing operations and awareness support.

Andrew Parkinson, Argyle Chief Executive Officer and Argyle Community Trust trustee, said: “Firstly, I must express our gratitude to our partners at Ginsters for their incredible backing of Project 35 – the opportunity to effect change in our community would not be as great without their participation.

“Project 35 is a chance for us at Argyle to give back to Plymouth after decades of unwavering support – through good times and bad. The club deeply understands its position in the city, and we have a responsibility to represent our people.

“The figures on child poverty are stark, and times are tough for a lot of families. Ultimately, being able to be involved in football is a privilege – but the last few years have shown us that it is not the same without a shared passion in the stands.

“A strong Plymouth is a strong Argyle, and we are excited to play our part with Project 35.”

Sam Mitchell, Managing Director of Ginsters, said: “It’s an absolute honour to be involved with such an important initiative in the local area and in partnership with the great Plymouth Argyle.”

“The statistics surrounding food poverty across Devon and Cornwall are shocking; and being the largest food manufacturer in the region, we believe it’s our duty to support our local community in partnership with Argyle, which we will do through the provision of free lunches and with the donation of this season’s shirt space to increase awareness of the project.”

Councillor Rebecca Smith, Cabinet Member for Homes and Communities for Plymouth City Council, said: “It’s great to see Argyle get behind the ongoing efforts to address the issue of child poverty in the city with the launch of this new project.

"Tackling child poverty in Plymouth needs to be a team effort and our Child Poverty Action Plan brings together private and voluntary sector support to tackle the wide ranging complex issues around improving children's chances in life and empowering families to move themselves out of poverty for good.

“Helping families with children overcome poverty not only makes a huge difference to their lives but to the lives of their families, communities and to society as a whole, so I’m delighted to see the launch of Project 35 in Plymouth.”

Supporters can read about Project 35 in more detail by visiting the dedicated webpage here, and they can see the Project 35 logo on our new 22/23 home shirt later this month.

Interesting but not unquie for a club to have a charity as a sponsor many clubs have done it, i just hope that despite the idea of raising money and awareness for this charity we haven't cut our noses off to spite our face and wont be receiving a revenue for this sponsorship deal. We arent that well off to be this charitable.
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Argyle have done very well out of bucket rattling over the years, so nice to give a bit back i suppose.
Not that there should be any need to give a bit back in the first place, but there you go.
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Ummmm ((((rubs chin)))).
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Ginsters have donated the front of shirt space to the project for you one year so I'm guessing the club gets the money anyway? I am going to give Argyle and Ginsters a well-deserved round of applause for this one, good on them, I try and do a bit for charity and always have done and hate the generally uncaring world that we.live in and the blase attitude that people who don't live in poverty have with those that do. One of the things that turns me off the prem is the fact they are awash with money and most shirts have gambling companies plastered on their shirt fronts whilst running glib campaigns urging people to take time out. Maybe the football league could actually make all football clubs donate their shirt fronts to charity and give something back to the communities that support them?
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The Cornflake wrote:
Argyle have done very well out of bucket rattling over the years, so nice to give a bit back i suppose.
Not that there should be any need to give a bit back in the first place, but there you go.
id rephrase that to brent done very well out of bucket rattling over the years not the club was run on bare bones
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jesus christ no Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing
A new toilet product for all the home park bogs
They come with fattys face on the back..ideal for getting in them little crevices to keep your arse clean 😁
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It's not new sponsorship, its Ginsters money just a different badge.

There had to be a more commercially pleasing offer elsewhere.
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PostSubject: Re: New sponsors for 22-23 season   New sponsors for 22-23 season EmptySat Jun 11, 2022 5:31 pm

This Project 35 stuff would have a bit more credibility if Ginsters (part of the Samworth Group) paid their workforce a decent wage. They seem to think paying poor wages but telling the staff where to get financial assistance makes them a caring employer.
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PostSubject: Re: New sponsors for 22-23 season   New sponsors for 22-23 season EmptySat Jun 11, 2022 7:24 pm

Grovehill wrote:
This Project 35 stuff would have a bit more credibility if Ginsters (part of the Samworth Group) paid their workforce a decent wage. They seem to think paying  poor wages but telling the staff where to get financial assistance makes them a caring employer.

I can confirm, Samworth Brothers employees in the S/W are very, very well paid - way above the S/W average.
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Cheesy-Chips wrote:
Grovehill wrote:
This Project 35 stuff would have a bit more credibility if Ginsters (part of the Samworth Group) paid their workforce a decent wage. They seem to think paying  poor wages but telling the staff where to get financial assistance makes them a caring employer.

I can confirm, Samworth Brothers employees in the S/W are very, very well paid - way above the S/W average.

Good for them, I think the trouble here is that historically that wasn't always the case they used to use loads of local labour on the production line that was poorly paid that used to use Ginsters as stop gaps in between jobs.
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Cheesy-Chips wrote:
Grovehill wrote:
This Project 35 stuff would have a bit more credibility if Ginsters (part of the Samworth Group) paid their workforce a decent wage. They seem to think paying  poor wages but telling the staff where to get financial assistance makes them a caring employer.

I can confirm, Samworth Brothers employees in the S/W are very, very well paid - way above the S/W average.


So why do they constantly promote Grocery Aid (a charity for food production workers) to their employees?
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Grovehill wrote:
Cheesy-Chips wrote:
Grovehill wrote:
This Project 35 stuff would have a bit more credibility if Ginsters (part of the Samworth Group) paid their workforce a decent wage. They seem to think paying  poor wages but telling the staff where to get financial assistance makes them a caring employer.

I can confirm, Samworth Brothers employees in the S/W are very, very well paid - way above the S/W average.


So why do they constantly promote Grocery Aid (a charity for food production workers) to their employees?



No idea. Write them a letter.
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