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PTP scores with European football stars

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  • 27/04/2007
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Following on from last year’s lunch to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of England’s 1966 World Cup Winning triumph last year, Personal Touch Packaging (PTP), in association with MBN Promotions, is bringing 11 players of the 11 British Clubs who have won the European Cup since its inception in 1957.

Twenty nine of the mortgage industry’s finest will be joined by Billy McNeil Celtic 1967), Alex Stepney (Manchester United 1968), Tommy Smith (Liverpool 1977), Phil Neal (Liverpool 1978), Trevor Francis (Nottingham Forest 1979), John McGovern (Nottingham Forest 1980), Phil Thompson (Liverpool 1981), Dennis Mortimer (Aston Villa 1982), Ian Rush (Liverpool 1984), Denis Irwin (Manchester United 1999) and a representative from Liverpool’s 2005 team. The lunch, to be held at London’s Brewery venue on 4th May, will be attended by almost 400 guests and will be hosted by Sky Sport’s presenter, Clare Tomlinson.

Rob Jupp, managing director of PTP, said: “We have been planning this event for almost a year now and I am delighted with our final guest list. We try and do one ‘big event’ in the year and I am very proud to have our brand supported by these 11 footballing icons. It is a good opportunity to celebrate PTP’s exponential growth with our lender partners that have been so significant since we launched 18 months ago.”

Kevin Spencer, managing director of MBN Promotions, added: “This will be the football lunch of the year! We are delighted to be hosting this opportunity of a lifetime when we are joined by a host of European Cup Winners to celebrate 50 years of European Football. PTP continues to be an excellent sponsor and we look forward to working with this young and dynamic company for many years to come.”

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