United's ground is one of just three in Scotland selected by Nisa-Today's as a site for its perimeter board advertising.
But Scotland's least publicity shy retailer, Morning Noon & Night founder Eddie Thompson has just finalised a deal to buy the club.
Could it be that boards advertising the Scunthorpe-based outfit will be ousted by the local c-store chain Â or will the fact that MN&N's supplier Aberness is a member of Nisa's Central Buying Company help to maintain the status quo?
If Thompson does insist on stamping his identity on his club, Nisa-Today's founders Dudley Ramsden and Peter Garvin can hardly protest.
After all it can be no coincidence that Grimsby Â once owned by Ramsden and where he is still vice-chairman Â and Sheffield Wednesday Â number one fan P Garvin Esq Â have the only non Premier League stadia in England to be graced by Nisa-Today's boards.