PRESTATYN Town unveiled their new kit sponsor in the event the JD Cymru North champions get the chance to defend their title this season.

The Seasiders’ confirmed that Eco Upgrade have kindly agreed to have their name on the new Prestatyn home and away shirts for the 2020/21 campaign, although there is still some doubt as to whether any competitive action will take place due to the restrictions implemented by the Welsh Government to prevent the spread of Covid-19 across the country.

The nationwide business, which was started by Patrick Hanratty and Graeme Minards around 18 months ago and decided to take this opportunity given their plans to expand into the North Wales area.

This will also provide employment opportunities in the coming weeks, with the Energy Company Obligation (ECO) becoming a government program set up in 2014 to help make the UK housing stock more energy efficient by installing various energy-saving measures.

Jamie Welsh, chairman of Prestatyn Town, said: “They are designed to help save people money on their energy bills and keep homes warmer and help to reduce carbon emissions.

“This allows more residents, in addition to those claiming benefits, to qualify for funding, based on low incomes, health, age or area, giving councils the ability to support specific communities.

“The company are expanding into the North Wales area and the link up with the football club will allow both parties to benefit.

“Eco Upgrade will be offering employment in the local community in the form of advertisement marketing installation and office workers as the company continues to grow so will the need for employees and so will the help the football club receives from this partnership, we at Prestatyn Town Football Club are excited by this fantastic opportunity and can’t wait to get started.”