Kingmoor Park’s managing director Neil McIntyre is a huge fan of the Blues (along with his son Alfie) and the pair can be found at Brunton Park for every home game, so it came as little surprise when he got in touch to pledge a huge 150 tickets to the #GoodVibrations ticket donation scheme.
Also closely linked with the vibrant Carlisle Youth Zone, Neil has worked closely with the club on a number of projects at the Zone since he took on his role as MD at Kingmoor Park in March 2018.
“It’s a pleasure to be involved,” Neil said when we popped along to see him with Mo Sagaf and Jack Bridge. “At Kingmoor Park we do a lot of work with young people within our community, and it’s fantastic for us to know that this donation will get a significant amount of children involved in what we all hope will be an enjoyable day.
“We wish Carlisle United the very best with their #GoodVibrations initiative and we’re looking forward to seeing the crowd at least match the numbers we got for the MK Dons fixture last season.”
Finance director Suzanne Kidd said: “It goes without saying that some of the tickets donated by Kingmoor Park will go to the Youth Zone, and we’ll also be giving some others to schools in the local area.
“Neil is another local businessman who is a massive Carlisle United fan, and he also provides support with work we do at the Youth Zone and, of course, with the Carlisle Half marathon, which is now an annual event at Brunton Park.
“We thank him and Kingmoor Park for backing #GoodVibrations with this very generous donation.”
If your business is interested in getting involved in our ticket donation scheme, please email email@example.com
You can buy any number of tickets and donate them to a local community group or school of your choice, and we will try and come along to personally deliver the tickets with a first team player!
All donations will be covered on our social media channels.
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