Q-Connect extend main sponsorship deal with Super League Huddersfield Giants

Q-CONNECT are extending their main sponsorship of Huddersfield Giants.

Q-CONNECT are extending their main sponsorship of Huddersfield Giants.

The deal means the company’s distinctive logo will continue to feature on the front of the Giants’ first and alternative shirts, as well as many items of the club’s training gear.

The office stationery and equipment company originally signed up to be the club’s main business partner for 2011 and 2012.

But they have now agreed to extend the deal to cover the 2013 campaign.

And top company officials will be attending the club’s Open Day at the John Smith’s Stadium on Saturday when they will help unveil the Giants’ new-look shirt for next season.

“We’re delighted to be sponsoring the Giants again this season as we continue to raise the profile of the Q-Connect brand and support our customers,” said sales and marketing director Steve Howarth.

“With the home shirt launch on Saturday and a really fantastic day planned for the fans, we’re delighted to be able to play our part and help.”

Giants managing director Richard Thewlis added: “The continued backing of a main partner is essential in so many ways, but in particular for the confidence that it brings to all areas of the club.

“They will be present at our Open Day, as will many other of our partners, so let’s hope for fine weather and a great turn-out for what should be a fun morning with everyone connected with the club.”

Fans will be offered complimentary shirt printing with all purchases of the new principle kit at the Open Day, which gets under way with an open training session at 10am (gates open at 9.30am).

 

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