NEWS Wednesday 19th August 2020, 5:00pm
Monarchs are pleased to confirm that What The Fork have rolled forward their two-year team sponsorship deal to the 2021 and 2022 seasons.
After suffering the disappointment of not coming to the tapes in 2020, Monarchs and What The Fork are looking forward to working together when team racing returns in 2021.
Monarchs Co-Promoter Alex Harkess commented, "Having the backing of a main team sponsor is always a big boost for the Club. What The Fork have been fantastic to work with and we are grateful that they have happily rolled forward their two year deal. What The Fork are growing their operation all the time and Monarchs fans can keep an eye out for how to get involved with the latest food ordering app in the near future."
David Coutts, Founder of What The Fork added, "We are excited to take our sponsorship with the Monarchs over into next season and finally get back on track! Our What The Fork food ordering app has recently launched in the Edinburgh & Fife area, offering support to local business owners. We are really looking forward to working with the Monarchs into next year to continue to spread the word and do all we can together to boost our local community."
Monarchs Co-Promoter John Campbell confirmed in last weekend's episode of Sunday Lunch that, barring further unforeseen circumstances, the original 1-7 including Sam Masters, Lasse Fredriksen, Josh Pickering, Kye Thomson, Richie Worrall, James Sarjeant and William Lawson - have all rolled forward their contracts which will finally see them all in Monarchs colours in 2021.
With thanks to the Cochrane Family, it has also been confirmed that Armadale Stadium will continue to be available for next season, with the stadium continuing to undergo maintenance and minor improvements throughout this summer to improve its aesthetic.
Gold Members have recently been contacted directly to confirm details of their membership, which will see it rolled forward to 2021 whilst continuing to be valid for discounts throughout 2020.
Pending further announcements from the Scottish Government of restrictions easing for sports, the Club continues to explore the possibility of racing in some form before the end of October with details to be announced when possible.