TCM returns to Stockport County

Here is County’s brand new turquoise away kit, carrying the name of returning sponsors TCM Advisors Limited. The new strip will be worn for the first time at the home clash with Connah’s Quay this Saturday, County’s final warm-up game before the big kick-off the following weekend.

TCM sponsored County several years ago and have decided now is the time to back the team bidding to win promotion from the National League North.

Managing Director Ian Murray said: “I’ve been a football fan all my life and ever since I moved to the north, Stockport County has been my local team. It’s a massive club and I truly believe this could be County’s year, so I want to wish Neil Young and the team all the best for the coming season, and we are proud to be sponsoring the away kit this year.”

County’s Commercial Manager Simon Dawson said: “Ian has been a pleasure to work with this summer, and we look forward to welcoming him, his staff and clients to our games this season. The return of sponsors such as TCM provides another measure of the confidence people have in the current regime at Edgeley Park.”

TCM are accident management specialists, based in Romiley. The company was formed in May 2004 and their call management service operates around the clock every day of the year, so that wherever you are in the world, you can always register a new claim and be sure to speak to an experienced call manager in an emergency.

They also have accredited in-house engineers to oversee all aspects of work; vehicle inspection, repair estimate agreement and reparation, or total loss settlement and disposal.

RESB is owned and managed by long-standing County fan and Life President Bob Smith-Bewley. His company has 25 years of experience in helping people manage waste responsibly across the UK.

The turquoise away kit completes the set, sitting alongside the blue home strip and the pink alternative away shirt. All three kits will be available in the club shop ahead of this weekend’s home clash with Connah’s Quay.
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