Dragons extend partnership with Clarity Copiers


Dragons have announced that leading South Wales based business Clarity Copiers Glamorgan have extended their successful long-term partnership with the region.

The exciting new agreement sees Clarity Copiers Glamorgan continue as the region’s official photocopier partner, with branding featuring prominently on the playing shorts.

As well as match sponsorship, Clarity Copiers Glamorgan are also this season sponsoring ex-British & Irish Lions hooker Richard Hibbard, Samoa international lock Brandon Nansen and exciting young scrum half Dan Babos.

As the largest independent retailer of SHARP copiers in Wales, Clarity are a family run business that, since being established in 1995, has grown into one of the region’s most successful suppliers of photocopiers and printers.

With an office in Newport and Head Office in Port Talbot, Clarity have built up a strong business through a dedication to customers, with a reliable and efficient service the foundation of success and growth.

Jonathan Westwood, Commercial Director at Dragons, said: “Clarity Copiers Glamorgan are been long-term supporters of our region and so we’re delighted that they are continuing that strong association.

“We have a fantastic relationship with Warren, Des and all the staff so look forward to our partnership growing for many more years to come.”

Des Mann, Sales Manager at Clarity Copiers Glamorgan added: “We are proud to sponsor Dragons and to be one of the longest serving partners at the region.

“We see the growth of our partnership as a sign of our intent to grow our business through the support of a strong rugby region. We wish Dean Ryan and the team every success for the rest of this season and beyond.”

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