Partick Thistle today unveiled their new 12/13 Puma away kit and a return to Firhill for macb.
Skipper Alan Archibald and summer signing Hugh Murray were at Greaves Sports this morning to show off the new look strip (pictured above with Kris Doolan, Alan Archibald and Hugh Murray) and they were joined by macb - Scotland’s favourite flavoured water brand* who are delighted to resume their shirt sponsorship.
The announcement marks a positive start to the season, one that chairman David Beattie is confident will ensure a successful season both on and off the park:
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He said: “We are absolutely delighted to have Macb back on board with us this season. We built up a great relationship with them last year and it speaks volumes that they’ve returned - bigger and stronger - and are continuing to support Partick Thistle.
“Macb are the perfect sponsor because, like us, they are family friendly and now they’re part of the Thistle team again we look forward to a long and successful partnership.”
Ronnie Hayton from macb said:
“We’re delighted to show just how committed we are to the club and its fans. Firhill is a special place – as far as we’re concerned, there’s nowhere else in Scottish football quite like it, from its rich history, to the fact it’s so family-friendly. We’ve got big plans for macb and we’re delighted that Patrick Thistle is part of them.”
“At macb we believe in being better together, building partnerships that really mean something – not just writing a cheque and then walking away. That’s why we’re delighted to be able to offer this support to Partick Thistle to help them fund great initiatives like ‘Kids Go Free’ and the ‘Mates’ Rates’ season ticket offer. It’s brilliant to see a club so dedicated to bringing people together and macb will do all we can to lend our voice to that cause too.”
The kit, which we are confident will be hugely popular with the Thistle fans, will be available from our retail partners Greaves Sports in their stores on Gordon Street and Sauchiehall Street as well as in store at Firhill.
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