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Fundraising group boosts Lowestoft Town FC

PUBLISHED: 17:29 13 September 2017 | UPDATED: 17:29 13 September 2017

Team Lauren Lou's Gary Bennett and Lowestoft Town FC's first team manager Ady Gallagher after the sponsorship deal was agreed. Picture: Sam Hossack

Team Lauren Lou's Gary Bennett and Lowestoft Town FC's first team manager Ady Gallagher after the sponsorship deal was agreed. Picture: Sam Hossack

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A group, which continues to raise money and awareness in aid of worthy causes and cancer charities, has provided a boost to Lowestoft Town FC.

The Lauren Lou cancer fundraising group is sponsoring Lowestoft’s first team travel kit for the next five seasons.

Gary Bennett, from the Lowestoft-based Lauren Lou appeal, said: “I am very happy and excited to be sponsoring such a great community club such as Lowestoft Town FC. These non-league clubs need all the support they can get and to do so, and getting Lauren Lou more exposure, it is a win win situation. Come on you Blues!”

Lowestoft Town FC commercial manager, Sam Hossack, said: “Having known Gary for a number of years now, his motivation to help the local community as a whole never ceases to amaze me, not only raising vital funds towards cancer fundraising, but to help local football clubs such as ourselves. Having a sponsor for the first team’s travel suits for a five-year term is a fantastic gesture from Gary, and we look forward to working with him going forward on other projects.”

The first team will be wearing their Lauren Lou branded travel suits as they travel up and down the country for the next five seasons.

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