Thornhill Dental Surgery has today renewed its commercial partnership with Huddersfield Town for a second year.
Thornhill Dental Surgery is a modern, welcoming, family run dental practice in Dewsbury. Thornhill Dental Surgery is committed to provide its patients with the highest levels of dental health care and service to help them achieve and maintain excellent dental health. Thornhill Dental Surgery takes great pride in caring for patients from all over Yorkshire.
Thornhill Dental Surgery was founded by Graeme Tattersfield in 1987 and has been run by the Tattersfield family ever since. The family has built a strong reputation for providing the best dental health care and achieving terrific smiles.
Graeme Tattersfield of Thornhill Dental Surgery said:
“Our family have been Huddersfield Town fans for four generations and so joining the Club as an official partner for a second year gives us great personal satisfaction.
“As part of our partnership with the Club, we are able to offer some fantastic exclusive discounts to Season Card holders, Blue & White Foundation members, box holders, members of the football club and fellow official club partners.
“It would be our privilege to welcome you to our practice so that we can show you our passion for providing our patients with an excellent dental experience. Please feel free to contact Andy or James at the practice on 01924 464077 and we will be happy to personally assist you.”
Huddersfield Town Commercial Manager – Partnerships, John Williams, commented:
“We’re delighted Thornhill Dental Surgery has extended the partnership for a second year. The family are true Town fans and passionate about delivering a very high standard of customer service to its clients, which clearly shows when we discussed their vision and objectives for the business and partnership.
“Thornhill Dental Surgery will continue to sponsor the executive seating on level four of the Revell Ward Stand. Everyone at the Club is looking forward to working with Thornhill Dental Surgery for the next 12 months.”