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JT's Cocktail Bar joins new look Half Time draw

6 April 2017

Half time draw gets shaken and stirred by JT's

Oxford United’s half time draw is about to get even bigger and better with the help of new partners the JT’s Cocktail Bar & Club. 

The 50/50 half time draw regularly sees over 2,00 tickets sold and has been a big part of match days for fans for over ten years. With the help of the JT’s Cocktail bar things are about to be shaken up from next season.

JT’s Cocktail Bar on George Street has become a central part of the Oxford night scene, offering early evening cocktails 2 for £5.95 and any house double for £2.95 from 7-11pm before the dancing starts to the crowd-led playlist. 

They will be sponsoring the new half time draw, which will become the ‘JT Cocktail’s Golden Draw’ and expand to include not just a substantial cash prize for the winner but also prizes for second and third.

 Managing Director Greig Box Turnbull, said: 

 “The half time draw is great for the club but we wanted to try and bring it up to date and offer more than just one prize. 

 “JT’s loved the concept, it’s a good example of tailoring a sponsorship that works for both parties. 

 “They’ve backed the club and have loads of ideas on how they how they can help Oxford United in the city centre and have committed to a long-term sponsorship agreement. 

 “By partnering with JT’s Cocktail Bar we will be able to give fans exclusive offers and believe that having the draw sponsored will allow us to add a bit of energy and entertainment to the half time draw. We welcome JT’s and look forward to working with them.”

 Jayson Lyon, of JT’s Cocktail Bar, said:

 “Oxford United are creating such a buzz around Oxford at the moment and we are really happy to be involved.  

 “I grew up on the Leys and a lot of our staff and customers are big United fans. We will be part of match-days and seen around the ground and we hope to see plenty of Oxford fans coming in to celebrate after more great wins and performances over the coming months and years.”


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