Round Table is stepping up to the oche and looking to hit bullseye with thousands of Young Farmers next week.
The Birmingham-based association, open to men aged 18-45, is to sponsor the National Federation of Young Farmers’ Clubs’ (NFYFC) darts competition at their Annual Convention in Torquay – opening the doors to a new relationship between the two membership associations.
Round Table members will also be supported by sister organisation Ladies Circle, which is open to women aged 18-45, over the course of the three-day Convention, which starts on Friday April 24.
Both are attending to promote the benefits of membership of Round Table and Ladies Circle to the 5,000 delegates.
Round Table marketing and PR officer Lee McLaughlan said: “There are many similarities between our organisations as we both focus on social events, personal development and playing important roles in our communities.
“We would welcome all Young Farmers into Round Table or Ladies Circle to continue their development with us as a valued member of either association.
“A lot of past Young Farmers have joined Round Table but being present at the Annual Convention gives us a great opportunity to promote our club and Ladies Circle to the current members.
“We’re also offering 10 Young Farmers the chance to attend the biggest event in the Round Table calendar – National Sporting Weekend – in September with a free draw.
“I am personally looking forward to meeting the Young Farmers and I am confident that this will be the start of a new and fruitful relationship.”
Mark Curr, chairman of the NFYFC Competitions Steering Group, said: “We are delighted and grateful to have Round Table as sponsors of our darts competition at Annual Convention.
“Myself and the other competitors look forward to meeting representatives and learning more about the opportunities that come with being linked to Round Table.”