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SCRFC Secure Continued Sponsorship

Pertemps People Development Group

Last Updated: Nov 10, 2013 06:59pm
Sutton New Hall, Birmingham
By Ian Worthington
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Sutton Coldfield RFC has confirmed another sponsor is back on board for the coming season.

Local employment and training specialists Pertemps People Development Group are to continue their sponsorship for a fourth season to help the club establish itself in the national leagues.

Speaking on behalf of the company Phil Pemble said the club was definitely going places and that the business was keen to be a part of that success.

“It’s about getting it right both on and off the pitch,” said Phil. “and on both counts the club is punching above its weight. SCRFC is an amateur club run in a professional manner where further success is seen as inevitable so any business would surely want to associate with those principles.”

Also new for this season is the club’s support for Wooden Spoon, rugby’s children’s charity where Phil is also the West Midlands regional chairman. With continued backing for local charity Norman Laud, the club is clearly demonstrating its continued responsibility for rugby in the community.

Jim Haywood is club chairman and said: “It’s great to continue our association with Pertemps People Development Group. The club is pushing hard to develop and continued support is the foundation for forward progression. Sponsorship is one of the three key areas involved in growing a club like ours. It’s no longer enough just to have a committee manage or a group of players playing well. Both have to be in place to attract the right results and the right sponsors.”

Jim also acknowledged the work done with Wooden Spoon saying, “It’s also vital that during our development we give back to the communities that support us and our work with Wooden Spoon is a great way of achieving this.”

Sutton Coldfield RFC is now playing at the highest level in their 90+ year history and hasn’t stopped building on the achievements of the last few years. Now playing at level 5 (premiership rugby being level 1) they are in a prime spot to get back to back promotions and looking to advance to level 4 and become a permanent fixture in the national league structure.

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