Beeston Hockey Club are delighted to announce that Whirlowdale Trading are to become headline sponsor of the Ladies 1st XI for the 2016-17 season.
Based in Rotherham, Whirlowdale is one of the UK’s leading suppliers of pallet and transit packaging solutions. They operate across a network of five sites on a national and international basis to provide customers with the best possible solution.
Ladies 1st XI Manager, Chris Glover, is delighted to welcome Whirlowdale into the Beeston family commenting, “Whirlowdale trading began supporting us last season by working as player sponsors for Alice Huddlestone. We are absolutely delighted that they have now been able to step up their involvement for the new season by taking on the role of headline sponsors of the Ladies 1st XI. The support that Whirlowdale will provide will enable us to develop a professional programme which will hopefully help us towards our objective of competing at the top level of English hockey.
Whirlowdale will also become the headline sponsor of a new initiative when Beeston take on local rivals Belper in the first ever ‘Whirlowdale Friday Night Hockey’ event on 23rd September.
CEO of Whirlowdale Trading Andrew Pearce remarked, “This was a very exciting opportunity to support Beeston Hockey Club and one that we didn’t want to miss. We are really pleased to be able to help the club towards their aim of competing at the top level, and we looking forward to working with the club over the coming season.”
For further information on Whirlowdale Trading, please visit their website www.whirlowdale.com
For further information on other sponsorship opportunities with Beeston Hockey Club, please contact 1st XI Manager Chris Glover – [email protected]
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