Lowestoft Town’s new partnership with Africa Alive! in Kessingland

Africa Alive! park manager Kirsty Dupee with Lowestoft Town chairman Gary Keyzor.

Africa Alive! park manager Kirsty Dupee with Lowestoft Town chairman Gary Keyzor. - Credit: Archant

A football club has announced that Africa Alive! have agreed a two-year partnership deal.

Africa Alive! park manager Kirsty Dupee with Lowestoft Town chairman Gary Keyzor.

Africa Alive! park manager Kirsty Dupee with Lowestoft Town chairman Gary Keyzor. - Credit: Archant

The popular tourist attraction in Kessingland will have its logo on the front of the Lowestoft Town Football Club shirts for the next two seasons, along with advertising boards and programme adverts.

Sam Hossack, commercial manager at Lowestoft Town FC, said: 'We are delighted to confirm Africa Alive! as the club's new main partner for the next two seasons.

'We are honoured that they have entrusted us to carry their brand on the front of the first team shirts, as we head into the Ryman Premier Division 2016/17 season.

'I'm convinced that this new partnership will help take our developing business profile to a whole new level and I'm sure that we can establish a fantastic working relationship together as we drive both organisations forward over the next 24 months.'


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Martin Dupée, director of operations for Africa Alive!, said: 'Africa Alive! has always valued and contributed to the local community of Lowestoft and the Waveney area and this partnership adds further to this.

'We wish the Trawlerboys every success for the 2016/17 season and look forward to them vying for promotion again at the end of the season.'

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Details on when the new shirts will be available to buy will be released on the club website and social media channels over the coming weeks.

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