Arc Vehicle Rental Sponsorship Deal

Arc Vehicle Rental have supplied Greenock Morton Football Club with a New Ford Custom Van as  a part of a sponsorship package which includes first team strip branding.

Pictured handing over the vehicle to Morton Manager David Hopkin is Arc Managing Director, Ian Moffat, along with kit man Andy Bryan and players Jim McAlister and Chris Millar showing off the new strip branding.

On the new sponsorship deal Ian Moffat said: “Arc are proud to sponsor Greenock Morton FC and wish David and all associated with the club a very  successful season.”

Arc Vehicle Rental is part of the Arran Glen Group of companies,  owned by brothers Sandy and James Easdale.  The turnover of the Group is  over £100 million and  employs 1500 staff from their Greenock Headquarters.

Ian continued: “As a local business that is enjoying significant growth, employing over 27 local staff it was a great opportunity and privilege for us to show our commitment to the local area by supporting  an iconic club such as Greenock Morton.  Although the Arran Glen Group is now a  multi-million  empire, both Sandy and James have never forgotten their grass roots and  encourage their  Company Directors to support their local community.”

“Anyone who is a holder of a Greenock  Morton Season ticket for 2019/20  will receive a 10% reduction off Arc Vehicle Rental tariff , vehicle servicing  and accident repairs. Just show your season ticket when you book your next vehicle hire, vehicle service or repair.

Morton CEO David Mackinnon said: “A big thanks to Ian and the company for this wonderful support. Once again Arc Vehicle Rental have stepped up to the plate for us and our season ticket holders.

“It’s hugely important for us that relationships are established with local business and Arc’s long-standing partnership with us, is one we cherish greatly. The van will be used extensively by our 1st team and youth academy in respect of training and match day, and everyone at the club will benefit by Arc Vehicle Rental’s generosity.”


Photo: George Munro