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Heatforce Renews Sponsorship Deal With Cardiff Rugby

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Wales' premier boiler installation company have strengthened their partnership with Cardiff Rugby by renewing their sponsorship agreement.

The new 2-year deal will see the Heatforce brand used prominently throughout Cardiff Arms Park and includes an executive box, membership of the business club and a host of other benefits.

“We are delighted to renew our partnership with Cardiff Rugby,” said Heatforce CEO Paul Maddocks.

“We have an excellent relationship with the club and we're particularly looking forward to the forthcoming season and being able to enjoy the matchday experience.”

With the return of fans to the Arms Park, there is an air of excitement at the historic home of Welsh rugby, and with the launch of the new ‘Cardiff Rugby' brand, these are exciting times indeed.

“We're entering a new phase in the history of our club,” said Rhys Blumberg, Chief Operating Officer at Cardiff Rugby “and are thrilled to have the support of successful, local businesses such as Heatforce as we embark on our new journey.”

The deal will also see the two organisations join forces to ensure the iconic stadium continues to find new ways of becoming environmentally friendly.

“We've worked closely with the club to help them become more environmentally friendly,” said Paul, “and are in the process of installing electric vehicle charger points for use by players, staff and visitors to the Arms Park.”

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