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Dragons will be aiming to peak at the right time this season thanks to an exciting new partnership with Watches of Wales.

Watches of Wales is a family run business based in Cardiff’s Morgan Arcade that specialise in the buying and selling of the world’s finest watch and jewellery brands such as Rolex, Patek Philippe, Audemars Piguet, TAG, Omega, Panerai, Cartier and lots more.

Wales’ number one watch dealer and Rolex specialist has now teamed up with Dragons for the 2019/20 season, with the Watches of Wales logo proudly displayed on the laptops of all the backroom team.

Jonathan Westwood, Commercial Director at Dragons Rugby, said: “Watches of Wales are an ambitious and successful Welsh business with a flagship store in Cardiff plus specialists in Bristol, Stratford-upon-Avon, Bridgend, Swansea, Gloucester, Bath and London.

“Paul Hornblow and his team have been long-term supporters of Welsh sport and so we are absolutely delighted they have agreed a sponsorship deal to support the Dragons as their regional rugby side.

“We look forward to welcoming the team to Rodney Parade and building a long and successful partnership with Watches of Wales for years to come.”

The staff at Watches of Wales have over 20 years of experience in buying and selling fine watches, art and jewellery.

The highly experienced team source only the finest watches so customers can rest assured that any item purchased from Watches of Wales is a Quality investment.

The leading Welsh business also now offers finance options on all watches and jewellery.

Owner Paul Hornblow said: “Watches of Wales are pleased to announce our new partnership with Dragons for the coming season.

“As a company we continually support sport in Wales and our new affiliation with the Dragons reaffirms our brand’s commitment to Welsh rugby.”

Source & Image: www.dragonsrugby.wales


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