CRYSTAL DOORS SIGN UP WITH HORNETS FAMILY FOR 2024

We are delighted to welcome Rochdale based Crystal Doors to the Hornets family for 2024!

Rochdale Hornets is delighted to welcome Crystal Doors as an official kit sponsor for the 2024 season.

Rochdale based Crystal Doors who specialise in made to measure vinyl wrapped doors and component manufacture, will partner with the club for the first time in 2024, and their logo will appear on the lower back of our playing kits.

As part of the agreement, the local sustainable manufacturer have invested in the club while providing excellent offers to supporters & partners.

Rochdale Hornets General Manager, Matt Rigby, said “We are extremely excited to welcome another new sponsor and local business to our growing commercial family. Managing Director Richard, Kia and the team at Crystal Doors do fantastic ethical and sustainable work within their industry and the local community. We look forward to welcoming them on matchday’s to be a part of this big year ahead. Thank you Crystal Doors”.

Speaking on the partnership, Crystal Doors Financial Analyst Kia Fatemi said “At Crystal Doors, we aspire to make a meaningful difference. We hope that our support will contribute to the Hornets’ investment in facilities, player development, and the expansion of their award-winning community outreach programmes. This town has given us so much, and being part of this close-knit community, we’re excited about the journey ahead. Our commitment is rooted in the understanding that grassroots rugby league is a cornerstone of our community and an integral part of our way of life. Hornets embody the heart and soul of Rochdale. As this exciting partnership kicks off, we can’t wait to cheer on the team from the stands, engaging with fans and volunteers, and playing our part in solidifying the club’s legacy for years to come. This runs deeper than sponsorship. This is about enriching the people and the local institutions that make Rochdale such a special town. We can’t wait to see what this season brings”.

See the full article in TOTAL Rugby League.com