Wolves announce new shirt deal
Warrington Wolves have named Brookson as their main shirt sponsor for the 2013 season.
Employees from throughout the local specialist accountancy firm celebrated this new partnership by posing for a team photograph in the new shirts at The Halliwell Jones Stadium earlier this week.
Brookson provides services to contractors, freelancers and self-employed professionals across the UK. It has agreed the partnership to continue to grow its brand after a successful year in which it was named among the UK’s top accountancy firms.
Carolyn Nevinson, founder of Brookson, said: “We’re delighted to be supporting the Challenge Cup holders. It’s the perfect partnership after a year in which we received national recognition from our industry and launched our own Super League service, Brookson Connect.
“We see the partnership as two winning organisations aiming high together and we hope that the new shirts bring every success for the season ahead.”
Andy Gatcliffe, Wolves’ chief executive, said of the partnership: “Brookson are a perfect match for Warrington Wolves. We’re both local, passionate and focused on the future. I look forward to working closely with the Brookson team throughout the upcoming season.”
Carolyn added: “This partnership is undoubtedly good for Warrington but it is far from a North West agreement. By sponsoring the Wolves we are working with another market leading business and I think this will add to Brookson’s strong national profile following a heritage which has seen us support more than 50,000 contractors over the past 17 years.
“I have had a long term involvement with the Warrington Wolves CEO, players and backroom staff, through the local business community and they always struck me as being passionate and forward thinking as a club. That resonates with me as Brookson’s ethos is about caring for our colleagues and customers and working hard to do our best for both. That’s why we decided to support the Wolves this season as we believe this shared ambition can really benefit both organisations.”