EDCSA chairman Nick Saunders thanks Signs Express for their 'fantastic geasture'
Exeter City Disabled Supporters' Association (ECDSA) recently took delivery of two new banners which they will use to help promote their organisation.
These have been very generously donated by Signs Express, Exeter, free of charge.
Nick Baxter-Sibley of Signs Express said: “When Nick Saunders (chairman of ECDSA) approached us to quote for some banners to help them publicise the work of the association we were delighted to be able to offer to donate the items they needed.
“The work that ECDSA do on behalf of club supporters affected by some form of disability is fantastic and we hope that the items we have supplied help them promote that to a wider audience within the fanbase.”
Nick Saunders, said: “This is a fantastic gesture and we are very grateful to Nick Baxter-Sibley and everyone at Signs Express for their generosity. Our motto is ‘a voice to be heard’ and these two banners will help us enormously to promote the work that we do here at St James Park for home and away supporters with disabilities.”
The new banners will be put to use in red square on Saturday, October 22, before the start of the Cambridge United game when ECDSA will start to sell raffle tickets for their Christmas draw.
They are still on the hunt for raffle prizes so if you are able to donate a prize or willing to sell draw tickets then please contact Nick Saunders at: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone on 07913 256697.
For more information about ECDSA visit ecfcdsa.co.uk.