The Club is set to open the doors to a brand new Executive Lounge for 2019/20 in partnership with Utility Alliance.
We're now entering in to third season of Utility Alliance's sponsorship and it's safe to say that their contribution, particularly during a time of significant difficulty last year, has played a major role in the Club's continuing existence.
We're delighted to announce that for the forthcoming season, in partnership with our major sponsors, we will be launching the Utility Alliance Executive Lounge which will be available on matchdays and non-matchdays.
The Utility Alliance Executive Lounge will also be home to a brand new ‘Legends Wall' upon which we will honour some of the greatest figures in the Club's history.
It's hoped that this brand new Lounge will not only provide a perfect place for meetings and the enjoyment of hospitality but also elevate our corporate offer on matchdays.
The Club has confirmed that a strictly limited number of Executive Season Tickets will be made available in the coming weeks, with more details to be announced shortly.
“It's really important that we provide the right environment for businesses to get value out of their association with the Club,” explained Chief Executive Mark Maguire.
“It's equally important that we recognise the significant contribution made by Utility Alliance during a critical period for the Club because, without their support, we would have struggled to survive.
“As well as a great chance to network, the Utility Alliance Executive Lounge will give businesses the opportunity to enjoy a fantastic matchday experience.
“Things are progressing well on the commercial side at the Club but it's vital that we build on that progress to provide a stable platform which allows the football side to perform and prosper.
Ian Willis, PR & Marketing Manager for Utility Alliance added: “Since taking over as the Club's main sponsor at the start of the 2017/18 season, we have always done as much as we can as a local business to assist Pools.
“There have been some difficult situations over the last two years, which have been well-documented, but as we approach the third season of our agreement we hope that this campaign can be one which finally results in the Club getting back where they belong in to the EFL.
“Hopefully, other local businesses like ourselves will use the Utility Alliance Executive Lounge, not just to help the Club financially but also to strengthen their relationships within the Hartlepool business community.
“We wish Craig Hignett and his team every success when the season kicks-off and, to coin a well-used phrase this summer, ‘Announce promotion!'”
The Utility Alliance Executive Lounge will benefit from executive seating and will open for the first home fixture of the new National League season against Sutton United on Saturday 3rd August.