A&D Environmental Services Extend their sponsorship

A&D Environmental Service extend their Crusaders sponsorship

Commercial: A&D Environmental Services entend their Crusaders sponsorship for a further season

North Wales Crusaders Wheelchair Rugby League are delighted to announce that long standing sponsors, A&D Environmental Services Ltd have extended their sponsorship.

The initial one-year extension will see them feature on the back of the Crusaders Wheelchair shirts in all RFL and WRL competition for the forthcoming 2024 campaign.

For the past few years, A&D have been a sponsor of the Crusaders' mens team before being introduced to Wheelchair Rugby League through their sponsorship of the 2019 Peacock and since then, they have proven a premier partner for both the event and the Crusaders Wheelchair side and have been a key feature on the playing shirts for the club for the past two years.

A&D Environmental Services Ltd are a trusted team of asbestos removal specialists based in North Wales, working together to make the world a greener, safer environment.

Directors Tony Simpson and Dean Holmes founded A&D Environmental Services Ltd in 2008 – using knowledge and experience gained in the asbestos removal and thermal insulation business. Operating out of offices in Flint and Wrexham, with a satellite base in Llandudno.

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Tony Simpson, A&D Environmental director said: "We are thrilled to announce the renewal of our partnership with North Wales Crusaders Wheelchair Rugby League. This collaboration signifies our commitment to community engagement"

"Our sponsorship is not just about the game; it's about creating opportunities, fostering a sense of belonging and encouraging an inclusive environment in which people of all backgrounds can come together and enjoy a sport".

"We look forward to embarking on this exciting journey with the Crusaders, supporting their work and mission to promote an inclusive environment and empower individuals, and making a lasting impact in the world of Wheelchair Rugby League".