Jack Jones and bike.

PTS pledges support for Motocross champ

Published:  17 November, 2010

BURTON: PTS has pledged its continued support to the AMCA British Motocross under 18s champion, Jack Jones, with a sponsorship deal designed to keep his bike in top winning condition.

Mr Jones works for his father’s company, Burton Gas and has been a customer of PTS’ Burton-on-Trent branch for four years.

After following Mr Jones' rise to racing fame, Matt Cudworth, manager of PTS Burton offered to join boiler manufacturer Viessmann in sponsoring his bike in preparation for the AMCA 2010 Motocross Youth Championships.

Mr Cudworth said: “Jack and his father Barry are familiar faces in the Burton branch and we are thrilled to be able to help keep him on the road by sponsoring his bike. We wish him every success as he continues to make his mark in the Motocross championships and look forward to seeing him rise up the ranks even further.”

Mr Jones added: “The sponsorship money that we have received from PTS is being used to keep my bike in tip top condition. We often need new tyres and keep a good stock of brakes and accessories to see us through the races that I attend so this support is invaluable.

“I’m really grateful for all the support that I get from the PTS branch in Burton and always look forward to going in store to update the team on my continued wins.”

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