Jewson renew as Gloucester rugby main sponsor
Published:  09 September, 2010

GLOUCESTER: Gloucester Rugby are delighted to announce that Jewson, who have been the club’s main sponsor for the past three seasons, have renewed their agreement for another three seasons.

Jewson, the UK’s leading supplier of timber and building products to the trade and general public, entered into a partnership with Gloucester Rugby to become the club’s main sponsor in July 2007.

Gloucester Rugby’s Head of sales and marketing, Pete Grzonka, was happy to confirm the ongoing partnership between the two parties. “We’re obviously delighted that Jewson have agreed to continue as Gloucester Rugby’s main sponsor. In the current economic climate, the decision to continue the sponsorship shows that top flight sport demonstrates an excellent return on investment”

“Jewson is a major UK brand and one which we share a lot of core values with. The partnership over the past three seasons has been a mutually beneficial one and we’re looking forward to continuing to work with them.”

John Bampkin, regional director for Jewson in the West & Wales commented:“Jewson & Gloucester Rugby is a big part of the local community. The continuation of our sponsorship with the club is a reflection of our commitment to an elite sport close to our customers’ heart. We look forward to becoming more involved with the club through initiatives such as The Jewson Match Day Experience and the Jewson half time competition which will give the fans a chance to interact even more with us and the club going forward.”

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