Gavin Dacey; Wayne Cullen (Youth Team Manager); Alan Griffiths (senior sales manager Griffin Mill); Dale McIntosh (senior coach); Gareth Howells (marketing executive); Rhys Downes
Griffin Mill Garages is partnering one of Wales' most famous rugby teams after signing a sponsorship deal with Pontypridd.
Players and staff from Pontypridd joined representatives from the multi-manufacturer dealership at Sardis Road to celebrate the sponsorship deal which will see both the youth and senior teams taking to the field wearing the Griffin Mill logo on their 2010/11 season shirts.
Sponsorship & Marketing Manager at Pontypridd Gareth Howells, said: "We are delighted to welcome Griffin Mill Garages to our family of sponsors. They fit the profile of the type of sponsors we are keen to attract very neatly, a renowned and respected family business with a presence in the local area.
"The company are keen to support our newly established Youth squad as main sponsors and also the senior side as sponsors. We look forward to a long and fruitful partnership between the two organisations."
Anthony Griffin, Managing Director of Griffin Mill Garages said: "We're delighted to make a commitment to support local rugby and especially with a team of Pontypridd's pedigree."
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