The new First Utility Super League season is now underway, an apt time to reflect on the positive experience of a successful partnership.
Pictured left to right, Mark Thomas Cortech Director is presented with the new 2014 Wolves home shirt by Warrington Wolves Head of Coaching and Rugby Tony Smith at the club’s official Season Launch Dinner last month.
Mark commented: “Our sponsorship with the Warrington Wolves and coach Tony Smith has proved to be a hugely positive and beneficial experience for our team at Cortech. Tony has welcomed the opportunity to visit our offices on a regular basis to pass on his expertise on how he motivates and develops individuals, creating a great team ethic.”
Mark added “Similarly, at Cortech, we have been building a dynamic team of exceptional individuals and the organisation remains committed to making everyone feel part of something special and giving them the opportunity to be the best they can be.”
Last season Cortech confirmed a three-year extension to the sponsorship deal of Tony Smith. “We are all really looking forward to the new season and remain grateful to Cortech for their continued support. Once again we look forward to strengthening our association moving forward” said Tony.
Mark Thomas is backing the team to have another great season, on and off the pitch, adding: “It has been a fantastic period for the Wolves under the stewardship of Tony and we firmly believe that further success will be achieved over the years to come. The club is going from strength to strength and this has been reinforced with the recent announcement that Emirates have been appointed as the Official Airline and Main Sponsor for both the club and the team over the next four years. We are proud to maintain an association with Tony and the Wolves and we will continue to learn and benefit from their successful business model.”
Cortech were proud to present last season’s rugby shirt to a local school which raised £100 towards better equipping their facilities. “We look forward to donating this year’s shirt to another school, allowing them the opportunity to raise much needed funds’’ said Mark.