Grimsby Town Football Club is pleased to announce that Gi Grimsby News has become an official Club Media Partner.
Gi Grimsby News is a leading local news platform, based in Grimsby town centre with a large online presence in the area. The online news platform endeavours to bring up to date, local news to local people and to support the community through new initiatives lead by their local team and the local people. As part of this new deal, Gi Grimsby News will now produce much more content about Grimsby Town FC during the coming season.
Commenting on the new partnership, Grimsby Town Football Club Chief Executive Debbie Cook said:
“We are really pleased that Gi Grimsby News have become one of our official Club Media Partners. They are a growing news outlet in the town and Matt Stinson and his team are also avid Grimsby Town supporters. The football club is at the heart of this community, and Gi Grimsby News will cover the work of the Club, Grimsby Town Sports & Education Trust and the Mariners Trust, in addition to what happens on the pitch. Our hope is that working with Gi Grimsby News will mean that even more people in our community will hear about Grimsby Town FC and the work we do.”
Matt Stinson, Director of Gi Grimsby News, also shared his thoughts on today’s announcement.
“We are so proud of the fantastic news of becoming an official media partner of Grimsby Town Football Club. As a fan since being a youngster and now running a local media Company, working alongside GTFC is such a fantastic occasion for myself and the team at Gi Grimsby News. As the local news platform based in Grimsby town centre, we have a following of over 61,000 people in Grimsby and surrounding areas so we’re delighted to support this incredible local football club and the teams that play here and be a part of this amazing journey that the Mariners are on under their new management. At Gi Grimsby News, we believe that our local community is extremely important and we endeavour to support in any way we can”.
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