Players at all levels to benefit from new GCB and Globe Sports sponsorship deal
Every cricketer in the county is set to benefit from a new deal
between the Gloucestershire Cricket Board and Globe Sports.
The three year partnership will see the Bristol-based company
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become the GCB's official retailer; co-ordinating the supply of county kit and
offering discounts to players at all levels of the game.
The agreement also includes sponsorship to assist the Board in its
ongoing work developing the grass roots game.
Globe Sports sales director Rob Allan said: "We believe very
strongly that investing in the youth is the future of cricket for all concerned.
We're delighted to be able to assist the Gloucestershire Cricket Board to drive
forward with the development of the game in the area.
"We look forward to welcoming players, parents and staff from the
GCB to Globe Sports and offering them the attention and service that have been
the cornerstones of Globe for 25 years."
As part of the deal Globe Sports will issue all players who
represent Gloucestershire at age group level with a discount card which
entitles them to savings on cricket equipment in store. They will also be able
to benefit from exclusive special offers on new kit. The discount cards will also be issued to all
clubs who are affiliated to the GCB.
Building on the relationship with leading cricket manufacturer
Gray Nicolls, Globe Sports will co-ordinate all the clothing for representative
players and Cricket Board staff, as well as offering special deals to all clubs
under the umbrella of the Board.
Commenting on the agreement, Steve Silk said: "This is a fantastic
deal as it will benefit every cricketer in the county from club players up to
elite performance level.
"Globe have long been established as the premier cricket retailer
in the area and we are delighted to continue our association with them."