Whitehaven RLFC Strike major partnership deal

Whitehaven Rugby League has today (27th April) announced a major new partnership with a Cumbrian engineering firm.

Lifttech Engineering Limited have signed an annual five figure deal with the club for the next three seasons. The deal which has been struck involves the renaming of the club’s stadium.

The Recreation Ground has been well-known as the ‘Recre’ for decades and has now been renamed The LEL Arena. Lifttech Engineering have now become the principal sponsors of Whitehaven RLFC.

Whitehaven RLFC chairman Tom Todd says this is a major step forward for the club, he said:

“As chairman of the club I am so pleased to announce today that the club has entered into a three-year sponsorship deal with L.E.L limited. Lifttech Engineering work in the nuclear industry and we hope we can be beneficial to each other in the future. The board are excited at the opportunities L.E.L. will bring with them and working together will reap rewards for all concerned.”

Lifttech is a mechanical, nuclear and industrial engineering services company headquartered in Lillyhall. Managing director Nick Robinson is ‘over the moon’ to enter into this deal with Whitehaven.

He said: “We are proud to announce our deal with Whitehaven RLFC. We are a local firm that has completed numerous major projects within the local nuclear industry and through our rapid growth we recognise the sheer importance of investing and supporting our local community club. Our business is one of huge ambition and a deal of this size with Whitehaven is the right way forward for us. Our commitment to the community and providing local employment is only going to blossom from now on.”

Michael Wood, finance director at Whitehaven RLFC added: “This deal boosts our efforts to ensure the club’s sustainability over the next three years and seasons. This is a further step forward in the right direction for the club as we look to ensure a strong and prosperous return following the Coronavirus crisis.”

The club has made a promising start to the 2021 Betfred Championship season, and the optimism remains high at the club as they look forward to their home game against Bradford Bulls this Sunday.

Whitehaven Rugby League has today (27th April) announced a major new partnership with a Cumbrian engineering firm.

Lifttech Engineering Limited have signed an annual five figure deal with the club for the next three seasons. The deal which has been struck involves the renaming of the club’s stadium.

The Recreation Ground has been well-known as the ‘Recre’ for decades and has now been renamed The LEL Arena. Lifttech Engineering have now become the principal sponsors of Whitehaven RLFC.

Whitehaven RLFC chairman Tom Todd says this is a major step forward for the club, he said:

“As chairman of the club I am so pleased to announce today that the club has entered into a three-year sponsorship deal with L.E.L limited. Lifttech Engineering work in the nuclear industry and we hope we can be beneficial to each other in the future. The board are excited at the opportunities L.E.L. will bring with them and working together will reap rewards for all concerned.”

Lifttech is a mechanical, nuclear and industrial engineering services company headquartered in Lillyhall. Managing director Nick Robinson is ‘over the moon’ to enter into this deal with Whitehaven.

He said: “We are proud to announce our deal with Whitehaven RLFC. We are a local firm that has completed numerous major projects within the local nuclear industry and through our rapid growth we recognise the sheer importance of investing and supporting our local community club. Our business is one of huge ambition and a deal of this size with Whitehaven is the right way forward for us. Our commitment to the community and providing local employment is only going to blossom from now on.”

Michael Wood, finance director at Whitehaven RLFC added: “This deal boosts our efforts to ensure the club’s sustainability over the next three years and seasons. This is a further step forward in the right direction for the club as we look to ensure a strong and prosperous return following the Coronavirus crisis.”

The club has made a promising start to the 2021 Betfred Championship season, and the optimism remains high at the club as they look forward to their home game against Bradford Bulls this Sunday.