Middlesbrough Supporters Forum (MSF), the independent umbrella organisation for Boro’s fans groups and media platforms which meets monthly with senior representatives of Middlesbrough Football Club, is delighted to announce Stockton-based ‘watch.learn.drive.’ as sponsor for its activities and initiatives.
From its creation two years ago, the MSF has been funded entirely from contributions from its individual members and groups. To date the organisation has been a leading player in the national, ongoing campaign for new-technology safe-standing, with praise for the MSF contribution to the debate coming from the floor of the House of Commons and engagement with local MP Andy McDonald, successful regular food bank collections at Middlesbrough Football Club matches, fact finding and lobbying MFC for the installation of heating on the concourses, as well as a Sports Fans Railcard initiative, and flagging up significant issues that affect Boro fans and their match day experience, both home and away. The Middlesbrough Supporters Forum has been widely commended for best practice.
Adam Bragg, a lifelong Boro fan and Marketing Director of new MSF sponsors – national online learner driver app and UK’s largest driving instructor training company “watch.learn.drive.” – watch-learn-drive.com’ said:-
“We are very impressed by the MSF initiative and the energy, drive, passion and time that these Boro fans devote to being truly representative of the Boro fans family. They are inclusive and transparent and have successfully fostered a friendly and productive working relationship with Middlesbrough Football Club.”
Chris Joseph, Chair of the MSF said:
“We are delighted that watch.learn.drive. has agreed to help us and put its money where our mouth is! We’ve made an impact already, but the extra funds will help us move forward. We will continue to remain completely independent of both Middlesbrough Football Club as well as watch.learn.drive.” …it makes for a healthy relationship.”
The MSF website – www.boro.support will feature the watch.learn.drive. logo and slogan…” watch.learn.drive. – we put Boro fans in the driving seat!”