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Listers In The Frame Again

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STOKE CITY are delighted to announce Lister Trade Frames are to remain Club Partners for the 2013-14 Premier League campaign at the Britannia Stadium.

It will be the third successive season that the Stoke-based window and conservatory manufacturer have supported the Potters in this way.

Established more than 30 years ago, Listers have won numerous awards - including fabricator of the year - and distribute an extensive range of PVCu and aluminium windows, door and conservatories for trade and commercial businesses throughout regions in central England and Wales.

Mark Warren, Managing Director of Lister Trade Frames, said: "We are delighted to extend our partnership with Stoke City.

"As a Stoke-based company, we feel it's important to support a local football club and especially one that is so active in the community.

"This will be our third year in partnership with Stoke City and there's no doubt that the exposure being associated with a Premier League football club brings has certainly been beneficial to our business and improved our profile within our particular industry."

City's Head of Commercial Andrew Billingham said: "We are delighted that we have reached an agreement with Lister Trade Frames extending their relationship with the club for a third year.

"Our objective from day one is to ensure we over deliver against expectations and it's a credit to the partnership team at the club that Listers have extended the relationship.

"They value the platform we can provide them and their global exposure is only going to increase with the new television deal."

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