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Hendy Group Announces Local Partnership With Salisbury FC

Hendy Vauxhall in Salisbury has become a sponsor of Salisbury FC with advertising at the ground being a key component of the partnership and reinforcing the dealership’s, and the group’s, commitment to supporting the local community.

Salisbury FC are a premier non-league football club in Wiltshire which was formed in 2015 and has quickly become a popular community club and home to a loyal fanbase.

Danny Ball, Vauxhall Brand Manager for Hendy Group said:

“Supporting grass roots activities has always been important to us at Hendy Group and we are pleased to join forces with Salisbury FC."

“The club’s ethos and values align perfectly with those at Hendy Group, and we look forward to following their progress this season.”

The club’s ground is a short drive from the Hendy Vauxhall dealership on Brunel Road in Churchfields Industrial Estate which opened its doors in November 2023. The dealership showcases the entire new and used Vauxhall range, as well as offering servicing, maintenance, and repairs.

As the UK’s premier family motor group, Hendy Group has franchises across the South of England and a long-standing presence in Salisbury.

“Hendy Vauxhall is an important location in the group portfolio, and this sponsorship further strengthens the bond between the group and the local area,” added Danny.

Salisbury FC’s Commercial Manager, Ian Pearson said:

“We’re delighted to welcome Hendy Vauxhall to the Club as our newest commercial partner. Their support is hugely appreciated by our community as the fans know the importance of sponsorship to financial health of their club."

“We’re on a great journey at Salisbury Football Club and strong partnerships are vital for this to continue. It’s equally important to have good people with you as commercial partnerships are much more than just a financial transaction."

“I’m looking forward to working closely with the Hendy Group and welcoming the staff from Hendy Vauxhall to a few games. Non-league football is infectious, so I already know they’re going to enjoy it.”


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