Featherstone lay the foundations for commercial success
Featherstone Rovers are delighted to announce that Hope Construction Materials are now a commercial partner of the club. The five figure agreement will see Hope Construction Materials feature on the 2014 playing and replica shirt as well as branding at the Big Fellas Stadium.
Hope Construction Materials in the country’s leading independent supplier of Cement, Concrete, Aggregates and Asphalt with more than 180 sites across England, Scotland and Wales including a site in Featherstone. The company has an annual turnover of approximately £300 million and is the concrete supplier for the redevelopment of the Railway End at the Big Fellas Stadium.
Fergal O’Donovan Regional Commercial Manager - North of Hope Construction Materials said “We are very proud to be associated with Featherstone Rovers. We hope our support will help Rovers realise their ambitions of playing top flight rugby and competing in Super League in the near future.”
Featherstone Rovers Chief Executive Craig Poskitt said "We are delighted to have reached an agreement with Hope Construction Materials. I would like to thank Fergal and Tim for their hard work in completing this agreement and welcome them to the growing Featherstone Rovers family. We are all working hard at the club to make Destination Super League reality and the ground redevelopments and sponsorship are vital components.”
Featherstone Rovers Commercial Manager Paul Taylor said "Having Hope Construction Materials on our kit for 2014 is another significant coup for the club. We have made great strides in the last three years attracting international brands to the club to join our existing loyal commercial partners and we are looking forward to working with Hope Construction Materials closely in 2014. The club is getting a strong reputation of attracting quality commercial partners and we expect to make further announcements in due course regarding commercial activity for 2014.”
Tim Goodall West Yorkshire Account Manager of Hope Construction Materials said “From a local perspective, we see Featherstone Rovers as a winning side on the field which we wish to be associated with. I have also seen at close quarters the fantastic work that Featherstone Rovers do in the community and think the club is going from strength to strength off the field. The redevelopment of the stadium is a unique project and we are happy to assist.”