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Hull KR announce a superb 5000 season ticket holders and renew partnership with long-standing sponsor

360 Chartered Accountants has announced its continued support of Hull KR by renewing its sponsorship for the 11th year running.

The award-winning firm, which incorporates its own payroll bureau, 5Four Payroll, has confirmed they are delighted to stay on as Associate Sponsors of the club which includes sponsoring the first team coaches, Tony Smith, Danny Maguire and David Hodgson.  They will also be Official Team News Sponsors for match days (home and away), Official Attendance Sponsors and Official Interchange Sponsors for home games.

Meanwhile, the 360 and 5Four Payroll logos will feature on the coaches’ match day polo shirts for all home and away games throughout the 2022 season.

Andy Steele, Director of 360 Chartered Accountants, said he is proud of 360’s association with Hull KR.

“We are such huge fans of Hull KR and are thrilled to be able to continue our sponsorship.

“As a local business, we think it’s important to support your local clubs, from grassroots sports right up to top flight and we are looking forward to working with the Robins again.

“As well as helping Hull KR, the deal allows us to get our name and our new charity, the 360 Foundation, in front of even more business owners.

“It’s all about community – and that’s why this is a perfect partnership.”

Hull KR Chief Executive, Paul Lakin, said: “We are so pleased that 360 Chartered Accountants is supporting us for the 11th year running.

“They are a great example of a business that has the community, its clients and its team at the heart of everything they do.

“We are looking forward to developing our partnership further and helping them achieve even wider brand recognition during the 2022 season.”

360 and 5Four Payroll provide a full range of accountancy services for businesses of all sizes, from startups to large corporate clients.  These include accounts, tax and bookkeeping services, support and advice on business growth, grant claims and raising finances, advising on exit strategies – and everything else in between.

That news came about alongside the fact that 5,000 Hull KR supporters have signed up to become members ahead of the 2022 Super League season – the future certainly looks bright for the Red and Whites.

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