Enbarr Enterprises Ltd extend their Crusaders sponsorship

Commercial: Enbarr Enterprises Ltd entend their Crusaders sponsorship for a further season

North Wales Crusaders Wheelchair Rugby League are delighted to announce that long standing sponsors, Enbarr Enterprises Limited have extended their sponsorship.

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

For the past few years, Enbarr have been a sponsor of the Crusaders' Wheelchair Rugby League, they have proven a premier partner for the Crusaders playing team(s) and subsequent events. Having being a principle sponsor for the team since the 2015 campaign where they were a silent partner, before becoming the principle sponsor for the Crusaders 'A' side ahead of their inaugural season back in 2019 and supporting the 2021 Peacock Cup.

Enbarr Enterprises Limited are an award-winning Recruitment and Training organisation based in North Wales, working together to make the world a more inclusive and skilled environment supporting many local organisations growth and sustainability plans.

Directors Vicki Roskams and Robert Wright both disabled entrepreneurs founded the recruitment & training side in 2014 – using over 40 years knowledge and experience gained in the Recruitment, Training, and Upskilling field across varied sectors from Manufacturing, Engineering, Construction and Transport, to Innovation, this was further supported by the advancement of the Enbarr Foundation which offers more focussed support to those further from employment, our armed forces and there wider family network transitioning out or those that just needed that extra support to gain better wellbeing objectives and a more sustainable life. Operating out of offices in Queensferry, with a satellite base in Wrexham and Ellesmere Port.

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Vicki Roskams, Enbarr Managing director said: "We are thrilled to announce the renewal of our partnership with North Wales Crusaders Wheelchair Rugby League. This collaboration underpins the goals and strategy of working in partnership with organisations who share the same “Ethos” and “WHY” of the organisation. And working with people like Harry and Steve who are driven to level the playing field both on the pitch and in life and open up possibilities to all.

"Our sponsorship is not just about the game; it's about creating dreams, and giving people the mechanisms to make it happen, breaking down barriers, and fostering a sense of belonging and encouraging an inclusive environment in which people of all backgrounds can come together and enjoy a sport, which is fostered in our services we offer in both recruitment and HR to all our clients and being recognised as a Disability Confident Leader".

"We look forward to continuing 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 not just in Wales but on the wider world stage".