Beton Bauen announce they are sponsoring the Main Stand at The Mollex Stadium, Caerphilly RFC for a second season
Original (player) Photograph by Mark Jones
For a second season in a row, Beton Bauen will continue to be the main brand sponsor of The Main Stand at The Mollex Stadium Virginia Park, Caerphilly.
Caerphilly RFC Chairman, Gareth Ashman states: “It’s great to have Beton Bauen onboard again. Support from local organisations cannot be underestimated in the current financial climate. Like most community clubs we must try and make the ‘books balance’. This ongoing commitment from companies such as Mollex Services, Peter Alan Estate Agents, and Beton Bauen will certainly help us to do that.”
This year however, the Caerphilly based business is looking to further expand its exposure at many more local sports venues. In the last couple of seasons Beton Bauen has sponsored The Peter Thomas Stand at Cardiff Rugby and had a series of multi-tier LED displays at Six Nations games in The Principality Stadium. This was followed this up with Main Stand and perimeter hoardings at Caerphilly RFC last season.
Marketing Manager, Dan Brennan explains: “We are delighted to renew our sponsorship for the 2023/24 season at Caerphilly RFC. The idea is slowly but surely gathering momentum. One-by-one we’re looking at having a similar looking brand presence in several local sports venues, in or around the Caerphilly area. The idea is that you may not know who Beton Bauen are yet, but repeated exposure is likely to make you ask the question, visit the website, and find out more.”
Aside from continued support of Cardiff Rugby, Beton Bauen has already agreed a sponsorship agreement with Taffs Well RFC for the forthcoming season and the company is formalising support for Senghenydd RFC.
Managing Director, Steve Davies comments: “The continued sponsorship our local rugby side just shows how committed we are to supporting local sports clubs. This season we’ll be offering similar support to other clubs in the area and looking to develop our recruitment campaign through these hubs of the community.”
Beton Bauen is also looking to cement relationships with local clubs by implementing a joint recruitment campaign for reliable, hard working candidates, on and off the pitch.
Steve Davies continues:
"We firmly believe that players and supporters from local sports clubs are a rich source for specialist construction candidates. Beton Bauen is recruiting trainee concrete technicians now, for the future, but we have positions available for those with more experience as well.”
Good luck to Caerphilly RFC this season, and importantly don’t forget to visit The Mollex Stadium for this seasons opening home fixture – Caerphilly RFC vs Taffs Well RFC, Saturday 2nd September @ 2.30pm. To follow how Caerphilly RFC get on this season visit WWW.CAERPHILLY.RFC.WALES