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    Posted: 12 September 2018 at 3:04pm
The Barn has been renamed as a part of the Scarlets' relationship with new sponsors. It will now be known as the Juno Moneta Group Arena.

As a hub for many local sports and community groups, the indoor facility houses a full 3G pitch and classrooms, and can host a variety of exhibitions and events. 

Originally posted by Louise O’Halloran, Chair & Founder of Juno Moneta Group Louise O’Halloran, Chair & Founder of Juno Moneta Group wrote:

Our clients are at the heart of everything we do as a company and from the very first meetings with the Scarlets we felt that their vision closely aligns with ours.



Saturday's home game with Leinster also saw the ribbon cut on the new Juno Moneta Group Business Club, replicating the set-up that JMG have at Cardiff City FC.

The Business Club season membership is already sold out for this season. Approve



Some really positive commercial stories coming out from Nathan Brew and his team, and a very engaged and personable new headline sponsor.



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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote ScarletBear Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 September 2018 at 6:07pm
Just reading up on Brew. I didn't realise he is a Carms boy and Welsh speaker. I thought he came from Newport.
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He and Aled were originally from Brynaman, and both were pupils at Ysgol Gyfun Ystalyfera.

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Any and all investment will always be welcomed. Those investing will want something in return, publicity usually. This case with the barn is no exception. However, with the barn also being associated with the greatest Scarlet ever, Delme, I hope that his name still has a place and an association there.
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His dad run the chippy in Dafen a few years back.
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Originally posted by Sandman Sandman wrote:

Any and all investment will always be welcomed. Those investing will want something in return, publicity usually. This case with the barn is no exception. However, with the barn also being associated with the greatest Scarlet ever, Delme, I hope that his name still has a place and an association there.

Not denigrating Delme at all, one of the greatest Scarlets, but I always had Benny at the very top.
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Originally posted by ScarletBear ScarletBear wrote:

Originally posted by Sandman Sandman wrote:

Any and all investment will always be welcomed. Those investing will want something in return, publicity usually. This case with the barn is no exception. However, with the barn also being associated with the greatest Scarlet ever, Delme, I hope that his name still has a place and an association there.

Not denigrating Delme at all, one of the greatest Scarlets, but I always had Benny at the very top.

Just to keep the thread relevant to the issues here,could not Delme's name be used for say the building itself eg' The Delme Thomas ' in constant small print  and the sponsor is ' The XXX Arena' so the money generating sponsors are prominent outside and get the main external rights. Need to be sensible about this and cannot chop and change names.


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Maybe they could pay for a second floor so we can have a clubhouse.... Barn is way too packed on big games, great for families. but not conducive of a pre match chat over a beer. Too much going on in there all close to each other.


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Originally posted by Speedy Speedy wrote:

Maybe they could pay for a second floor so we can have a clubhouse.... Barn is way too packed on big games, great for families. but not conducive of a pre match chat over a beer. Too much going on in there all close to each other.




Not a clubhouse but there is the Guinness Bar under the East stand which is adults only. 

But not permanent and not an option if bigger crowds and east stand in use
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Originally posted by Beefs army Beefs army wrote:

Originally posted by Speedy Speedy wrote:

Maybe they could pay for a second floor so we can have a clubhouse.... Barn is way too packed on big games, great for families. but not conducive of a pre match chat over a beer. Too much going on in there all close to each other.




Not a clubhouse but there is the Guinness Bar under the East stand which is adults only. 

But not permanent and not an option if bigger crowds and east stand in use

Yeah saw that, it looks good.Smile

1st time ever for me with my season ticket in the south stand, and I must say I am loving it. Much nicer concourse areas. Very welcoming and makes you want to stay amd mingle there have a seat and watch the screens. Chatting over a beverage. North concourse is too narrow you just feel in the way of people all the time. Glad they are utilising the east for something.


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Might pop over post match on Saturday for a warm up ready for Galway.
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