Tulloch Build Up SupportDate: Tuesday, 18th Jul 2000
Tulloch Homes have stepped in to become sponsors of the Family Section of the Norrie McCathie Stand at East End Park.
The new sponsors will contribute a four figure sum annually for two seasons.
This is not Tulloch Homes first venture into football sponsorship. Their Chairman David Sutherland is Chairman of Inverness Caley Thistle where Tulloch are also key sponsors.
The construction company intend to invite children from local schools and community projects to games this season and build on the existing goodwill they already have in this area.
Duncan Campbell, Director of Tulloch Homes told DAFC.net that 10 tickets would be available for every match and they would concentrate on bringing children who might find it difficult through location or lack of anyone to accompany them to the matches.
Duncan, who lives locally, explained that Tulloch Homes have no fewer than three developments in Dunfermline - Ladysmill, off Limekilns Road, Transy Woodlands and Eagle Glen - the Pars old training ground at Kingseat. They also have the St David's Quay, Dalgety Bay catering for all tastes, ranging from 2 bedroom flats to 7 apartment executive villas.
Audrey Bastianelli, Commercial Manager of Dunfermline Athletic Football Club added: "We are grateful to Tulloch Homes for their support and financial assistance. The sponsorship will be over a two-year period, and will allow Dunfermline Athletic Football Club to attract more families to watch the Pars, in a safe and comfortable environment."