The 2nd ever Rugby Trade Directory will be taking place next Thursday and there is still time to get involved a register as a delegate for the event for free.
The event will be sponsorsed by of the leading international sportswear brands, Masuri. They will be joined at the event by high quality range for exhibitors from all corners of rugby and sport such as signage, ticketing, equipment, printing, security, seating, catering, merchandise, digital displays and fan engagement plus much more.
Last year’s event at the AJ Bell Stadium was a huge success and this year’s reprise looks even better.
RTD’s managing Director John Booth said;
‘We aim to provide an atmosphere that enables people to create new contacts in the industry at an informal event. It is an honour to be holding the event at the home of one of the most famous of Rugby League clubs in Wigan Warriors, who have been superb in supporting us‘
Sam Miller , managing Director of the Masuri Group said;
‘We are thrilled to be working with the Rugby Trade Directory to showcase our unique service model for customised Rugby kit to as many teams as possible. This also gives us the opportunity to announce our exciting, new partnership with the London Lemurs (now the Masuri Lemurs), which perfectly embodies our design capabilities and the quality of our kit.
The Lemurs will be touring the world over the next three years, clad in our premium range of on and off-field clothing. To support one of the top invitational rugby sides in the UK is a matter of great pride for us as a brand and we wish them a successful season on the 7’s & 10’s circuits.’
Geoff Warburton, Wigan Warriors Sales Director said;
‘Wigan Warriors & the DW Stadium are pleased to host RTD in their 2nd rugby focussed event and welcome all exhibitors and delegates for what we hope you will all find a useful and interesting event’
To register as a delegate you can simply email john @sportsglobal.co.uk or for more info call the office on 01772 875 184.
Full details can be found here
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