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QPR and VRS partner up to get The KPF moving

QUEENS Park Rangers have partnered up with local company VRS to source the Kiyan Prince Foundation a new company car.

Building on our current partnership with the Kiyan Prince Foundation, the new vehicle will allow the charity to transport affected people who otherwise wouldn’t be able to as well as allowing Mark Prince to reach a wider range of events promoting the work of the Foundation.

Speaking to www.qpr.co.uk, Prince praised the R’s support, saying: “Once again it shows how much the QPR fans care and what they are willing to do to help allow us to reach more young people and make a difference.

“The vehicle will allow us to get around so much more easily, which will only improve the work the foundation is able to do. We have been packing the car out with young people, we want to give young kids an incentive in life and taking them to QPR games is one of them now; it has been a privilege for me to take them to games.”

The vehicle was donated by VRS, with Managing Director Mark Brandom at the forefront. “I am a QPR fan and have been all my life,” he said.

“We currently supply vehicles to the club and QPR in the Community Trust and when we were contacted about potentially supplying a vehicle for the Kiyan Prince Foundation we felt it was a really good thing to do.

"Helping support QPR and Mark in his endeavours in trying to raise awareness of knife crime and making sure the local kids are fully supported, we felt is a fantastic thing to support and do.

“As a QPR supporter, I am really proud to see the work the club have done with the Kiyan Prince Foundation.

"Many clubs sell the rights of the stadium but we haven’t which is a great thing. I also think it has boosted the profile of the club as there has been lots of information promoting the name of the stadium which is only a good thing; it makes you proud as a QPR fan that the club have decided to do that.”

Once again it shows how much the QPR fans care and what they are willing to do to help us.

Mark Prince