Great Britain Speedway Team Announce Marston's Partnership
The Great Britain Speedway Team are delighted to have added another crucial partnership as we continue to build for a successful future.
Great Britain's national team have been joined by high-quality brand Marston’s who own a network of pubs, restaurants, bars and hotels across the UK. It’s another crucial part of the structure of developing new corporate partners to the growing pace of the GB Speedway Team set-up.
Marston’s spokesperson, Leigh Capon, said “Marston’s are really excited about our new partnership with the Great Britain Speedway Team. We are excited to help promote the sport throughout the country via our large network of pubs, restaurants, bars and hotels and can’t wait to welcome Speedway fans into our venues with some exclusive offers. We are looking forward to announcing some online giveaways soon and wish GB's Under-21 Team every success at the World Championship in September.”
Great Britain Managing Director Rob Painter is delighted to add another top name to GB's group of commercial partners. Painter said: “In what has unquestionably been the most challenging period of time for sport, it’s rewarding to have created another valuable partnership. While we have had precious little competitive track action, it is equally as important to continue our building process behind the scenes. It has been a productive time for Great Britain with our Academy up and running which has been very successful for the riders involved. Now we have a new partnership to be excited about as part of our growing team."
Marston's have been running pubs and brewing beer in one form or another for over 180 years. They now employ 14,000 people in pubs, restaurants, bars and hotels. Marston's are all about traditional locals, family pub restaurants and fashionable town centre bars. While pubs may have changed a lot over the years, the reasons people use them hasn’t.
They are now one of the country’s top pub businesses and the leading brewer of premium cask and bottled beers. Marston's operate six breweries producing over 60 of the country's best loved ales at their sites in: Burton on Trent (Marston’s), Oxfordshire (Wychwood & Brakspear), Cumbria (Jennings), Hampshire (Ringwood), Bedford (Eagle) and the West Midlands (Banks’s).
More information about Marston's can be found at marstons.co.uk