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New York Stadium - The Place For Networking In Rotherham

posted 23 Apr 2012, 03:19 by RiDO Rotherham   [ updated 23 Apr 2012, 03:19 ]
Rotherham United chairman, Tony Stewart, has urged local companies to bring their business and support back to Rotherham United. 

As the club approach the target of 2,500 season tickets sold, the owner of Rotherham based ASD Lighting discussed how the £20m New York Stadium will be at the heart of the local community, from fans and their families to local businesses.

Tony Stewart, chairman of Rotherham United, said: "The New York Stadium is a venue for the people of Rotherham to come to enjoy and engage with. It will be at the heart of the local community and we want everyone to join us and be part of something really special.

"We are engaging with the local business community. The 1925 Club will set the standard in corporate hospitality with its world-class facilities and five-star dining. It will become the networking hub of Rotherham and stimulate new business relationships locally. This stadium will bring huge change and enhance the match day experience for all, be it children in the family stand, businesses and VIPs in the 1925 Club or season ticket holders.

"I can't wait to welcome everyone to this fantastic stadium and share what has been a dream of mine for many years. All local people can be part of this historic move by doing your part, supporting the stadium and bringing your business and support back to Rotherham United.

"The stadium really is the future of Rotherham and these are very exciting times for Rotherham United."

The stadium is nearing completion on the site of the former Guest & Chrimes foundry close the Rotherham town centre. The 12,000 seater stadium will feature exhibition and banqueting spaces for 400 corporate guests and 1925 Club membership is fully transferable and can be shared with clients or staff and also provides networking opportunities and priority booking for other 1925 events.

Source: Rothbiz