Waste management company Binn Skips is in a league of its own after becoming the first ever main sponsor of Perthshire Amateur Football Association.
The Glenfarg-based family business has agreed a package which will help secure the future of the 83-year-old football organisation – and ensure their association team turns out in style.
PAFA President Jim Thomson explained that the sponsorship deal would allow member clubs across Perthshire to sustain and bolster membership and help cover ever-increasing administration costs.
“We’re delighted to have Binn Skips on board as our first ever major sponsor,” explained Mr Thomson. “It is a well known family business operating across the whole of Perthshire and a familiar name to all our players. “The Binn Skips name will now be associated with every aspect of the PAFA including the three leagues and seven cups and we hope this is just the start of a long and happy relationship.”
Allan MacGregor, managing director of Binn Skips, explained that they were happy to support a long-established organisation that played such a key role in the sporting community throughout the whole of Perthshire. “Binn Skips has always been very supportive of sport within our local community,” he said. “As an amateur association the PAFA has very limited funding and we are only too pleased to be their key sponsor for the coming season. We wish them every success both on and off the pitch.”