Essex Cricket are delighted to announce that Tees Law have signed a three-year extension to their partnership with the Club, and will now sponsor the River Gate entrance, which is set to be renamed the Tees River Gate entrance.
Darrell Fox, Commercial Manager at Essex Cricket, said: “I’m thrilled that Tees have not only decided to extend their partnership with the Club, but to increase their investment in Essex Cricket, enabling it to continue contributing to the region’s sporting excellence.
“We’re fortunate to have a great relationship with Ashton and the team at Tees, and I know that the Members and supporters at Essex Cricket will be really pleased with the renovation work that’s been happening at the newly named Tees River Gate entrance.
“Entering and exiting the ground should now be a more simple and straightforward process, with wheelchair access now available both in the stadium and upon approach. Lights have also been installed along the underpass to provide improved entry and egress to the ground, especially on night matches, and none of this would have been possible without Tees and their commitment to the Club.”
Ashton Hunt, Group Managing Partner at Tees Law, added: “I’m extremely pleased that we’ve been able to extend our partnership with Essex Cricket.
“It’s a partnership we’re very proud of and we hope that over the next three years we can share more successes both on and off the field. Essex Cricket has long been the beating heart of our county’s sports scene, and Tees is excited to once again be working alongside this most prestigious of clubs.”
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