THE members of Trillick & District YFC launched their new club shirts at their Community Quiz held recently in Trillick Hall in aid of the Palliative Care Ward in Omagh Hospital.
The shirts, supplied by Marx Corporate Branding, Ballymena, were generously sponsored by three local businesses whose support is much appreciated by the club.
Members were grateful that Brian Keys Tractors Ltd agreed to continue its sponsorship of the new club shirts. The company, based in Dromore, County Tyrone, is a well known New Holland dealership for the west of the Province supplying a wide range of new and used tractors and attachments, practical farmwear and a great range of agricultural toys and go-karts which are displayed in the spacious purpose-built showroom. Retail therapy for farmers of all ages!
Also continuing its generous support of the club is the Trillick-based family firm of Joseph A Mills and Son – Arrow Oil – which is renowned for prompt and efficient delivery of oil around the district. The family has recently renovated its premises and launched a new venture, the Mills Country Store, which not only provides attire for the well-dressed farmer but also attractive furnishings for the farmhouse too! Club members are bound to be regular shoppers!
The club was pleased to attract new sponsorship from Farmstrong, an agricultural and domestic supplies company established in 2014 and based in Trillick. Director Neil Armstrong is a former club member and provides an extensive range of products, including complete livestock house supply and fitting, dairy hygiene products, animal feeds, medicines and fertilisers. Members met up with Neil to showcase the shirts at
the annual Fintona Agricultural Show.
Club members were proud to visit each of their sponsors to show off the new shirts and look forward to sporting them at YFC competitions far and wide.