AMPL have signed up to become a commercial partner for Huddersfield Town ahead of the 2017/18 Premier League season.
Ampl On Trade Ltd are independent beer, wine and spirit wholesalers located in Honley. They operate a seven day/same day delivery service (including bank holidays) to businesses mainly in the West Yorkshire region.
As wholesale partners with Heineken and Carlsberg they stock all major brands and offer a large selection of permanent and rotating cask beers. With over fifty gins in stock, they strive to keep up with current trends.
A major part of their business is the provision of outside bars. They cater for any event, from private parties and cask festivals to large sporting events and agricultural shows. They hire bar equipment, fridges, hand pumps; handle installation and set-up, and can arrange bar licenses/staff if required. Sale of return is available on most events.
The aim of their experienced and knowledgeable team is to provide an efficient and competitive service to existing and new customers. Being open seven days a week means their clients are able to keep reasonable levels of stock and be confident of their quick response should the need arise.
Mark Beaumont, Managing Director at Ampl on Trade said:
“The promotion of Town to the Premier League was a fantastic achievement and coincided with our purchase of two new vans. The idea to have the vans customised in Town colours as a tribute, led us to becoming an official partner. It’s an exciting decision for us and we look forward to supporting our home town club as they take on the Premier League.”
Jon MacDonald Partnership Executive at Huddersfield Town commented:
“It’s great to have Mark and AMPL on board, they are an excellent local company with many town fans working for them it was an easy decision for them to become an official partner and part of the #HuddersfieldHundred”
“The vans they have had branded, look fantastic and I can’t wait to see them driving around the town. We all look forward to working with Mark and the team over the next 12 months”