Uniserve Extend Bath Rugby Sponsorship
Uniserve Group are pleased to confirm that we have extended our relationship with Bath Rugby by agreeing another one year sponsorship deal covering the 2019/20 season.
The upcoming season will be the third consecutive year that the successful partnership has been effective and we are looking forward to an exciting campaign ahead as the new Gallagher Premiership season kickstarts in October.
Uniserve Commercial Director – Gary Cobbing – commented “We are delighted to be official sponsors for a third season and to be continuing our excellent working relationship with Bath Rugby”.
“As organisations we share similar beliefs, with both focusing heavily on education and intelligence, and are very much looking forward to continued success together”.
Bath’s finished last season in sixth place, qualifying for the European Champions Cup in the process. They start their domestic league campaign in October, but have a home tie at ‘The Rec’ in the Premiership Cup against Worcester Warriors on Saturday.
With the Rugby World Cup underway, Bath will be without a number of key players that are on duty in Japan, including England quartet; Sam Underhill, Joe Cokanasiga, Ruaridh McConnochie and Anthony Watson.
Uniserve, the UK’s leading logistics and global trade management provider, remain proud sponsors of Bath Rugby. For further information on how we can add leverage to your supply chain please call 01375 856060 or email email@example.com.
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