Salford Red Devils and St Helens have announced two more major sponsors to add to their ever-burgeoning list.
Whilst Salford have announced that Faster Car Finance has become their first training wear partner, Saints have revealed that Corpay have come on board.
Faster Car Finance provide cost-effective loans for anyone looking to purchase a new or used car, and take pride in delivering a professional and quick service with best-in-market vehicle finance rates.
Speaking on the partnership, Salford’s Commercial Director George Harborne said: “We are very pleased to have secured Faster Car Finance as our first training wear partner, another commercial milestone in the development of the club. When discussing the basis for the partnership earlier this year, it was clear that we could learn a lot from the great work that Faster Car Finance do with their social media marketing and we are looking forward to working closely with the team to develop this side of our business.
AFEX is in the process of transitioning to the brand Corpay as part of integration into the group of companies led by AFEX’s new parent company FLEETCOR Technologies, Inc. (NYSE:FLT), and will offer their global payments and currency risk management solutions under the brand Corpay Cross-Border Solutions.
As a leading global payment and risk management solutions provider, at the start of the 2014 season AFEX began its association with St Helens, assisting the league and their partners with their international transactions.
Saints General Manager and Head of Commercial, Dave Hutchinson commented, “The club are extremely grateful for the Corpay brand’s continued support following eight incredible years with AFEX. During that time the club and AFEX have experienced some terrific success on and off the pitch in terms of business and Rugby League silverware. The expansion from London into a Manchester office was a solid indication, not only to the importance sport partnerships play to businesses, but also to the loyalty AFEX and now FLEETCOR are showing to St.Helens R.F.C. and Super League itself.