MANCHESTER-based leasing broker Leasing Options has partnered with EFL League One football club, Bolton Wanderers.

The partnership includes exclusive naming rights of Bolton FC’s Fan Zone, situated outside the West Stand near the Nat Lofthouse Statue. Fans will also be offered special deals to lease cars and vans as part of the agreement.

The Leasing Options Fan Zone has a capacity for 1000 Bolton supporters to get together both pre and post-match in a friendly, relaxed environment to grab a bite of locally-sourced food and to enjoy a drink in the new bar.

Leasing Options says this latest investment is part of a string of recent partnerships and acquisitions that form part of the leasing broker’s long-term plans to grow their market share and profile in the UK.

Mike and fan zone

Mike Thompson, chief operating officer at Leasing Options (above, left), said: 

“To sponsor the mighty Bolton Wanderers is not only a childhood dream for me but for many of the Leasing Options family. 

“We have a huge number of avid Bolton fans within our team and have always been looking for the right opportunity to get involved with the legendary club.

“Bolton Wanderers’ ethos is the epitome of everything we stand for. As a local club, it prides itself on its northern roots and its commitment into supporting local talent and grassroots sport. Leasing Options has been a partner and supporter of Bolton-based Moss Bank Junior Football Club and has been established within the north-west for over 32 years.”

As part of this partnership, Leasing Options has its brand presence across every element of the club including signage both inside and outside the stadium, branding running along the LED boards surrounding the pitch perimeter and features within the match day programme. 

Neil Hart, CEO of Bolton Wanderers, added: 

“We’re delighted that Leasing Options is partnering with us here at Bolton Wanderers. It’s a testament to Mike and the owners’ vision and how they want to grow their organisation and we know we can help them achieve that.”

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