Clyde clean up with new strip launch

Jordan Cassidy, Max Gracey and Cari Cassidy model Clyde's new home kit, sponsored by PTS Clean, with Clyde commercial director Gary Ballantyne, Gary Hosie of PTS, manager Barry Ferguson, Craig Hosie of PTS and director Bobby Gracey.
Jordan Cassidy, Max Gracey and Cari Cassidy model Clyde's new home kit, sponsored by PTS Clean, with Clyde commercial director Gary Ballantyne, Gary Hosie of PTS, manager Barry Ferguson, Craig Hosie of PTS and director Bobby Gracey.

Sponsors PTS Clean welcomed representatives from Clyde and Cash for Kids to their brand new headquarters in Rutherglen for the official launch of the club’s new home kit.

The kit features Cash For Kids on the front and PTS Clean on the back.

PTS director Gary Hosie said: “We are delighted to have the opportunity to sponsor the Clyde FC home kit this season and are in very good company.

“Thanks to a very kind donation from Kenny Campbell of The Legal Partnership the front of the new shirt boasts the instantly recognisable Cash For Kids logo.

“Not only that, 10 per cent of season ticket sales for 2015/2016 generated via the Radio Clyde Cash for Kids website will be donated to Cash For Kids.”

The PTS Clean sponsorship deal stemmed from its Clyde FC Business Club membership.

And the club has welcomed another new recruit, English-firm Circadian who offer a specialist outsourced remuneration management and administration service to financial advisers and other firms who want to save money and make their back office systems more efficient and reliable.

Circadian head of account management Tim Gale said: “I am really excited, and proud, for Circadian to become an official partner of Clyde Football Club. The business club looks really comprehensive and we look forward to building new relationships with other partners, whilst promoting Clyde and our own business proposition.

“We are based in the South of England but have been very keen to increase our company profile within Scotland and see the Clyde Business Club as the best opportunity; already we’ve been made to feel really welcome.”