JCT600 Extend Bulls Sponsorship

engage Super League Champions and Carnegie World Club Champions, Bradford Bulls have announced that their Major Sponsors, JCT600, the largest privately owned motor group in the country, are to extend their sponsorship of the club until the end of the 2010 season.
JCT600, who have been involved with sport in the city for many years, have been principal partners of Bradford Bulls since 2002 and their existing agreement had a further year to run but both parties felt the time was right to commit for the longer term. 
Bulls Chief Executive Gareth Davies said today:
"I am delighted to be announcing the continuation of our partnership for another four years.  This is our biggest partner renewing with us for a further term, which is a major statement to all companies as to the benefits of being involved with Bradford Bulls.  In monetary terms it is a very significant sum and, together with our other kit sponsors, of which JCT600 is by far the major contributor, it will take the value of our kit to well over £1 million over the next four years.  It also underpins the financial stability of the club and therefore our ability to compete at the top of our sport.  We have been delighted with the partnership with JCT600 over the past four years and I am sure that this new long term deal will be mutually beneficial to both parties."
JCT600 Chairman, Jack Tordoff said today:
"We are delighted to announce our continued support of Bradford Bulls,current Super League and World Club champions by extending our existing sponsorship agreement until 2010.  The Bulls have enjoyed tremendous success during our time as partners with them and, with the ups and downs of this season, it?s a tremendous achievement for Steve McNamara and his team to have made the play offs yet again. Saturdays match against Warrington certainly had me on the edge of my seat and the result was a triumph for the team even though it was overshadowed by Andy Lynch?s unfortunate injury. JCT600 have received a massive amount of profile from our sponsorship of Bradford Bulls and we feel entirely justified in renewing our agreement for another four years."

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