Featherstone Rovers have announced Troo as the club’s new official energy supplier.
In addition to becoming the Rovers’ latest partner, Troo will also sponsor new signing and former Wales Rugby League captain, Craig Kopczak, during the club’s centenary season.
Alongside the new partnerships, you will notice the Troocost and Troosports name and logo appear on our social media feed, as the North-East based company will also power our matchday coverage during the 2021 campaign.
Troo is a new breed of energy broker, on a mission to shake-up business energy. Other energy brokers won’t tell you how much sales commission they’re adding to your unit rates, and they won’t tell you how much their service costs.
Troo aim to do things differently. They are energy experts, helping businesses save money, time and hassle renewing business energy contracts.
Rovers CEO, Davide Longo said: “I am excited to bring Troo onboard here at Featherstone Rovers. They have shown a real passion for not only our club, but the sport as a whole.
“Like us, they are extremely ambitious and want to be a part of a journey as the club enters a season with hope and aspirations of achieving promotion. So, I am pleased to have an exciting brand in Troocost and Troosports join the Rovers family.”
Keith Brown, Head of TrooSports, said: “We are delighted to be linking up with Featherstone Rovers. We have worked hard to complete this deal, and we have been very impressed by the plans that the club have for growth and their ambitions to achieve a place in the Super League. We are thrilled to be working with the club and we wish the team every success for the new season.”
Scott Cameron, Sponsorship Portfolio Manager at TrooSports added: “TrooSports is a new initiative created by Troocost that is aimed at benefiting sports clubs and forming long lasting partnerships that will provide tools for our partners to continue their growth and achieve their goals both on and off the field.
“We have made great strides in raising our brand awareness since the turn of the year and to have the opportunity to link up with a club like Featherstone, which has such a rich Rugby League History is something we are very proud of.”
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