Sunbelt Rentals announced as Warrington Wolves official East Stand partner

31 March 2022

Birchwood Park occupier, Sunbelt Rentals is delighted to announce that they’re an official partner of Warrington Wolves for the 2022 season.

As the rugby league club’s new official East Stand partner, Sunbelt Rentals will promote their brand on the East Stand of The Halliwell Jones Stadium.

In addition to this agreed sponsorship deal, Sunbelt Rentals will also become one of the kit partners for the Warrington Wolves Women’s Team.

Sunbelt Rentals UK CEO Andy Wright said: “It’s an absolute privilege to be sponsoring the mighty Warrington Wolves for this, their 2022 season.

“It was an easy decision to make, our head office is in Warrington and we employ many people from the town and surrounding communities, with many being Wolves fans.

“When I met with Karl it was obvious that we each shared a passion for social inclusion and improving the opportunities and wellbeing of the local community. As a business we are keen to play our part in this activity, to support and help that process”.

Warrington Wolves Chief Executive Karl Fitzpatrick said: We’re delighted to welcome Sunbelt Rentals to our family of partners. They are a huge organisation and are the UK’s largest rental equipment provider.

“We have consistently demonstrated fantastic exposure and brand awareness for many of our partners; working closely with Sunbelt Rentals, I’m confident this success will be replicated. We look forward to working with Andy and his team to help them achieve their marketing aims.

“Listening to Andy’s vision, I’m sure this is just the start of a long and successful partnership between both organisations”.

Andy continued “We recognise that in order for our business to perform well and thrive, then we must reflect the businesses and communities that we work in too.

“From myself and all the team at Sunbelt Rentals we wish the Warrington Wolves all the best for the season. We look forward to working with them on further projects throughout the year”.

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