Company will be a gold sponsor of Woodrush Rugby Football Club for the 2010/2011 season

21.12.09

Hollywood Monster have confirmed details of a new sponsorship deal to become one of the gold club sponsors of Wythall (Solihull, Birmingham) based Woodrush Rugby Football Club. The deal will see the Hollywood Monster name sponsoring the first team kit and training clothing, alongside pitch side hoardings and graphics and advertising within the club programme for every home fixture.

Woodrush RFC was established in 1966 by some of the old boys from Woodrush High School, located In Wythall. To this day, the club’s ground and facilities are still located at the original spot and they have recently invested heavily in improving its club house facilities, training equipment and 3 new full size pitches. In addition to the Senior Team the club also has a thriving mini junior rugby section with teams at U17, U14, U10 and U8 levels meeting and training every week. The Senior Team play in the North Midlands League South (One). The club’s colours are Emerald Green, White and Black.

Commenting on the sponsorship deal, Hollywood Monster’s Managing Director Tim Andrews said: ”As an ex-pupil myself at Woodrush High School its particularly poignant that the West Midlands Hollywood Monster are now able to be one of the main sponsors of the Woodrush Rugby Football Club. The club is based very locally to where myself and several other directors are based and we have a deep rooted association with several members. In short, we are delighted to be able to directly contribute to the club’s ongoing development. We are committed to helping clubs and societies like Woodrush develop in the communities in which we operate. It’s one of the ways in which we try to stimulate community development and local sport in general. We are particularly pleased to be able to contribute much needed sponsorship to the development of the Junior Rugby Club which really is thriving”.

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