Hertford Town are thrilled to announce a new commercial partnership with premier Hertfordshire-based car service Acre Cars.
The deal sees Acre Cars take on the naming rights for Hertingfordbury Park, meaning the stadium will be called ‘The Acre Cars Stadium’ for the 2019-20 season.
Speaking to this website, club secretary Marc Sinfield said ‘’This is a fantastic coup for the club and a great opportunity for both Hertford Town and Acre Cars. We want to form a longstanding commercial partnership that will benefit both parties. Acre Cars is a business that is known and well-respected in the town and we’re thrilled to be in partnership with them.’’
Acre Cars was formed in 2004 by owner Tristan Priddis, an East Herts local who grew his business from small beginnings to an extensive operation that covers Herts, Essex and London. The business provides a premier car service to both personal and business clients. Acre Cars offer a wide range of services from taxis to executive chauffeur-driven services.
Sinfield continued ‘’We are incredibly grateful to Tristan for agreeing to work with us. We know he is football mad and we hope that we will eventually be able to tear him away from his beloved Tottenham Hotspur to come watch the Blues in action – even if it is at least once in a while!’’