Pontypridd RFC are delighted to announce that long-standing partners Egan Waste Services Ltd have resumed their role as main club sponsors for the 2010 – 2011 season.
Egan Waste Ltd have been a mainstay of the club over the past eight years, their brand name now being synonymous with Pontypridd RFC. The renewed sponsorship deal will again see the company name to the fore on the Ponty shirt.
Commenting on the sponsorship deal, Peter Howells, Ponty Rugby Hon. Director of Finance, said:
“We very much welcome the news that Egan Waste has, once again, taken up the prestigious position of main sponsor to Ponty Rugby Limited. It once more heads up an impressive list of local and national sponsors, and we are delighted that such a successful company as Egan Waste has chosen to continue its association with our club.
"Egan Waste has been a significant supporter of our club for many years, and we are most grateful that it is extending its long standing, and much appreciated partnership with us”.
Egan Waste are currently expanding and relocating to new premises on the Treforest Industrial Estate during the third quarter of 2010. The new site will encourage the recycling of both Dry and Wet Wastes, and in so doing, ‘Creating a better Environment’.
The link between the company’s success and its sponsorship role with Pontypridd RFC is one to be valued.
Egan Waste Services have been providing reliable Waste Collection Services, Hazardous Waste Disposal and Comprehensive Drainage Services in South Wales and Bristol for the past 30 years. During this time, we've forged a reputation of innovation, expertise and reliability, making us one of the premier Waste Management Companies working in Pontypridd, The Valleys, Cardiff, Swansea, Newport, Bristol and across South Wales.
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