One of the most well known businesses inSouth Yorkshirehas
joined Rotherham United's new corporate hospitality club.
Family owned Norton Finance has become a Gold member of the
Millers' 1925 Club at the New York Stadium, which will provide
luxury match day treatment for local businessmen.
Director Keith Stringer, who founded the firm in 1974 and has
lived in the town all his life, said: "The 1925 Club will provide
us with a facility to entertain our business partners, and our
employees will also be rewarded for their hard work with the
opportunity to use our tickets.
"The New York Stadium looks excellent and it will attract a lot
of people, both for football and its offerings to the business
community. Rotherham United are moving forward and we wanted to
become a part of the club's future success."
Norton Finance, based inMansfield Road, Rotherham, employs
around 250 people and is one of theUK's longest established
independent finance brokers.
The 1925 Club is named in honour of the Millers' inaugural
season as Rotherham United, after the merger of
RotherhamTownandRotherhamCounty, when the team played in a gold and
Rotherham United chairman Tony Stewart said: "As a family club
we are delighted that a family owned company like Norton Finance
has got on board. The local community is really behind the New York
Stadium and businesses inRotherhamcontinue to show tremendous
interest in the 1925 Club."