Cash Converters and Leyton Orient team up to offer free hospitality tickets for deserving members of community

Cash Converters, a sponsor of English Football League club Leyton Orient, is offering free hospitality to deserving members of the community

Local residents, charity volunteers and O’s fans can be nominated for a spot in hospitality at the Breyer Group Stadium

Cash Converters UK has launched a competition offering free hospitality tickets to deserving members of the community at Leyton Orient’s Breyer Group Stadium, with the promise of a spot in hospitality at one of last games of the season.

The leading second-hand retailer, which sponsors the English Football League club’s Tommy Johnston stand, is inviting nominations for local people, charities, and O’s fans to experience hospitality at the historic club.

Nominated winners will also receive a drinks package during their visit and meet Leyton Orient’s man of the match following the game.

The offer is active for Leyton Orient’s fixtures against Northampton Town on Saturday 23rd April, and Tranmere Rovers on Saturday 7th May.

Nominations are now open until 31st March, and can be made by emailing competitions.uk@cashconverters.com including the person or group’s names and ages, and the reason why they deserve the prize.

Gary Lewy, franchise director at The Lewy Group, said: “With a number of our stores based local to the club in Leyton, Walthamstow and Stratford, Cash Converters is part of the community here and wants to give back.

“As an O’s fan myself, I know first-hand how brilliant the matchday experience is on Brisbane Road, and we’re proud to say this competition offers hard working local people and groups an evening to remember.

“If someone you know is making a difference, please send their details for the chance to reward them with a unique experience they won’t forget in a hurry.”

Pa Lette, Commercial Sales Executive at Leyton Orient, said: “Courtesy of Cash Converters, we’re excited to be offering hospitality matchday experiences free of charge for winners of the competition, and look forward to welcoming them to the Breyer Group Stadium soon.”