Comm-Tech gives Norfolk Junior Squash a Sponsorship Boost

Winners at the Broadland Sports Club Grand Prix event – from left to right, Izaak Butler, Adam Sinkin & Martin Jolly.

Norfolk Junior Squash has just received a boost in the form of sponsorship from Comm-Tech Voice and Data.  Comm-Tech, based in Martham in Norfolk, specialises in providing mobile phones and landlines for businesses, and has recently agreed an exciting three-year sponsorship deal to support the growth of junior squash in Norfolk.

The sponsorship comprises brand new team shirts, further funding support, plus an initiative that will allow for continued donations throughout the duration of the three years.

In addition, working in partnership with their sister company RPC Recycle, Comm-Tech will be recycling old and unwanted mobile phones to raise funds.

Steve Mooney, chairman of Norfolk Junior Squash, said “I am delighted that Comm-Tech has chosen to sponsor our junior team. The support means that they now have some new kit and additional funds to spend on equipment, coaching, court fees, transport and competitions.”

Justin Millar, managing director of Comm-Tech comments, “I’m an avid squash player myself and really want to see the game open up to more youngsters.  Comm-Tech is really proud to be able to support the growth and success of young squash players in Norfolk.”