WW Martin announce continued sponsorship of Kent Cricket until 2020
We are delighted to announce that we have extended our sponsorship of Kent Cricket until 2020.
Press Release 15th May
Kent construction company WW Martin have extended their sponsorship of Kent Cricket and Kent’s Royal London One-Day Cup shirt ahead of the tournament which starts this week.
The firm joined forces with Kent Cricket in 2017 and have signed a new partnership until 2020.
WW Martin celebrated their 140th year anniversary last year and have won a number of awards for their work. They have also secured a strong forward order book, currently forecasting to deliver more than £40million of work in the coming year.
The company’s current projects include a new performing arts building at Kent College Canterbury, a new science, technology and art building at St Lawrence College, significant new school buildings for Kent County Council, a new multi-million pound food distribution centre and offices in Canterbury, and a number of residential projects including 44 new houses for Town & Country Housing Group.
Neil Peck, WW Martin Director, said:
“We are delighted to extend our sponsorship of Kent County Cricket Club. As a regular visitor to the Club, by becoming a major sponsor it provides us with the perfect opportunity to increase and formalise our support of Kent Cricket.
“We see tremendous value in our partnership and we are proud to see our name underneath the big screen and on the Frank Woolley Stand at The Spitfire Ground.”
Kent Cricket CEO Ben Green said:
“We’re thrilled to see WW Martin extend their partnership and to have such a great Kent company on board. I am sure they will enjoy the partnership and see real benefits for their business.”
The Royal London One-Day Cup will take place in May and June this year with a Lord’s final in July.