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Suzuki supply staff with ATV

13 October 2014

As part of Suzuki GB’s title sponsorship of MK Dons Football Club, the company has delivered an Ozark 250 ATV for use at the stadium by maintenance staff.

Earlier this year, it was announced that Suzuki had become the official title partner to the Club, which would see the world-famous Suzuki logo feature on its team shirts throughout the 2014/15 and 2015/16 seasons and would result in a whole package of advertising and branding opportunities.

Now, Suzuki’s ATV division has further cemented its relationship with the Club by providing an Ozark 250 complete with a trailer on a long-term loan for the Club’s maintenance staff to use around the stadium complex.

“We’re so thankful to Suzuki for providing us with an Ozark 250,” said Daniel Cole, Corporate Partnerships Manager at MK Dons. “The ATV will prove to be an invaluable resource, making day-to-day work easier – particularly for our stadium maintenance team. This will include day-to-day duties including setting out traffic cones and barriers in preparation for home matches.”

The Ozark 250 – Suzuki’s introductory utility ATV – is widely praised for its maneuverability and light steering and with handy carrying racks and a remarkable towing capacity for its size, is set to make light work of the team’s daily demands.

This loan agreement further demonstrates Suzuki’s support to the MK Dons as George Cheeseman, Sales and Marketing Manager – Suzuki ATV and Marine Division, explained: “We are proud to continue this exciting partnership with the Dons. We see this latest agreement as further reflection of our commitment to supporting the club as a whole so as to ensure continued success on and off the pitch.

“I’m confident that the Ozark 250 is the perfect machine for their needs and look forward to hearing how it helps to improve efficiency and productivity at the Club.”

For more information about Suzuki GB and its range of hardworking ATVs, visit or follow @SuzukiATVsUK on Twitter.

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