Rotherham United has confirmed that the club’s first team players and staff will once again sport the Guardian Electrical Compliance Ltd (Guardian) branding on their official training wear during the 2021/22 season.
Guardian’s partnership with Rotherham United began in 2015 and the two are looking forward to the continuation of their successful reciprocal business relationship.
Guardian was acquired by Premier Technical Services Group Ltd (PTSG) in November 2018 and occupies an integral position within PTSG Electrical Services Ltd. Guardian has a strong reputation for delivering the very highest quality in electrical inspection and testing.
PTSG Electrical Services Ltd is one of four divisions within the Group. Along with PTSG Access & Safety Ltd, PTSG Building Access Specialists Ltd and PTSG Fire Solutions Ltd, PTSG delivers the full complement of specialist services to customers in the construction and FM sectors.
The new agreement will ensure that Guardian’s branding continues to be synonymous with the image of Rotherham United’s first team, on both training and match days, as it continues to appear alongside the Puma branding and traditional windmill club crest.
Speaking following the agreement of the new deal, Commercial Director Steve Coakley expressed his gratitude to Richard Roebuck and his colleagues from Guardian for their continued support of the club.
“It is fantastic to have Guardian Electrical Compliance continue to pledge their support for at least another year and we’re all delighted that their branding will once again be worn by our first team staff on a day-to-day basis,” he told www.themillers.co.uk – the official website of Rotherham United.
Mr Coakley continued: “To pass five years in business with anyone is a fantastic achievement, but to do so through the challenges that we have all faced over the last 12 months or so makes the longevity of this relationship even more impressive and a testament to how strong a partnership it is.”
Richard Roebuck, Finance Director at Guardian Electrical Compliance added:
“We’re delighted to extend our sponsorship of the club’s Training Wear for another season, having already enjoyed five years in business with the Millers.
“Now is the time for all fans and businesses to show their support for the club and town, ensuring we get everyone through the pandemic.
“These are all examples and a testament of the core values that the club has and these run perfectly in sync with those that we look to uphold within Guardian Electrical Compliance. We were only too pleased to pledge our continued support”