New Driveway Company offer a free season ticket for new customers
As part of their ongoing partnership with Oxford United, The New Driveway Company is offering a free season ticket to any U’s fan that has a new driveway or patio commissioned before 2nd June.
The new Driveway Company is an independent, family-run firm whose Owner Darren Field is a lifelong fan of Oxford United.
Their highly skilled team can transform any home with sympathetic, exceptional design with the highest quality of materials and workmanship. Whatever the brief, the new Driveway Company work with you: Chelsea Bidwell of Chiswick wanted a bespoke driveway that somehow reminded her of her New Zealand homeland every time she came home. Darren and his team worked with her to produce a superb bricked driveway incorporating the Southern Cross stars from the New Zealand flag.
“They were excellent” Chelsea said. “The workmanship and quality are first class and more importantly they listened to what we wanted and were flexible and approachable throughout the work.”
Darren Field commented
“Being a designer, we knew from the outset that Chelsea would have high standards and would be a tough taskmaster. We worked closely together every step of the way and managed to produce a driveway which exceeded her expectations”
“It was great to introduce Chelsea and her kids to Kiwi Under 21 international Max Crocombe as part of our partnership, I think they will be following us closely next season. It would be fantastic if we could pay for some existing fans to follow United as part of this promotion.”
The New Driveway Company are official partners of The U’s and as part of that partnership they will pay for your season ticket up to the value of £399 for the 2014/15 season if you book a driveway or patio above £3,000 in value.
Oxford United’s Commercial Director Tony Davison said:
“The New Driveway Company has been a great partner to deal with. They are passionate about their work and also passionate about their local football team. It’s a great offer that they have given to Oxford fans and hopefully they can help us to ‘drive forward’ as we build for next season.”