Thursday, 27 March 2014

Chattels of London sponsors Millwall's 1st XV!!

I am delighted to announce that the new 1st XV shirts have arrived, supplied by the 1st XV team sponsor Chattels of London

Most of you will know that Chattels of London have sponsored the 1st XV for the whole of this season, but a few issues with the shirt manufacturer mean that we have only just received the kit.

As well as new shirts for the first team, Chattels of London are providing water bottles for the whole club. They also put a full-page advert in The Wharf newspaper for the club at the start of the season, which many of you will have seen.

James Kearns of Chattels is a very active member of the club, not only will you often see him in the clubhouse enjoying a pint, but he is also working with us to try and develop an under 6 year olds section.

Chattels are offering a very generous discount, just for Millwall Rugby Club members. They are offering a 20% discount on their standard fees for selling a property and will waive their administration fee for anyone renting a property through them. Just tell them you are a member of the club when you first make contact and, upon verification of your valid membership, you will receive your discount. Also, for any member who recommends a client to Chattels of London that leads to a successful transaction, they will offer £100 gift vouchers for the retailer of your choice.

James Kearns said “Chattels of London are proud to be sponsoring Millwall Rugby Club and hope that this is the start of a partnership that will see the first team push from strength to strength. We believe that competitive sport encourages team spirit and hope this will extend beyond into the local community to give us a local team we can all support and enjoy!”

I would like to thanks James Kearns of Chattels for his support and for what I think will be a great partnership for the club.

There are plenty of potential sponsors out there. You know some yourself. The more introductions we can all make, the better the club can be. So, if you can think of anyone who might want to support the club, please let me know.

Sophie Morris
Communications Officer

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