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Peter’s sponsored Cardiff City scoop family-friendly award

In an evening of glitz and glamour at the Football League Awards, the Peter’s Family Stand Sponsored club, picked up the award on Sunday evening in front of over 600 guests from clubs, sponsors and the football industry.

As part of their sponsorship & support, Peter’s have given fans the chance to win unique matchday tickets, sampled free products in the Family Stand and have had young Bluebirds enjoying the big game experience by playing “Peter’s Hot Shot Football” game with mascot “Pete the Pie”.

Clare Morgan, Marketing Controller, Peter’s: “Cardiff City are developing a wonderful reputation as a family-friendly club and we’ve been thrilled to be a part of the experience. It’s been an exciting first season for Peter’s and we’re pleased to support the club & families with a range of exciting and engaging matchday activities.”

Peter’s have also launched their “Feed the Fans” initiative, giving away thousands of free products to supporters travelling on official away matchday coaches. They will continue to support fans with a giveaway on the final day of the season for the clubs journey to Hull.

Morgan continued, “This award is testament to the hard work that the club does in giving supporters a family-friendly experience. It’s been wonderful to be apart of this and we cannot wait to continue supporting Cardiff City as Family Stand sponsors next season.”

A previous winner of the award, Cardiff City have continued to innovate and progress their family focused activity to ensure they remain one of the leading clubs in this area. The club have a sold-out family stand for every game, with over 7,250 season ticket holders and a family friendly ethos throughout the club.

Peter’s will continue to sponsor the Family Stand for the 2013/14 season. For further details visit www.cardiffcityfc.co.uk .

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