Property Search Group announces sponsorship of Premiership winner’s testimonial year
Property Search Group, a market leading provider of searches to Conveyancers across England and Wales, has signed up as a major sponsor of rugby legend Gareth Steenson’s testimonial year.
The Exeter Chiefs fly half, has spent nine years with the club and was responsible for scoring the winning points with an ice cool kick at the Twickenham final.
Following the victory, and on the eve of his 10th season with the Chiefs, Gareth is now embarking on an exciting testimonial year.
Proceeds from the testimonial calendar of events will go to the Exeter Foundation and Macmillan Cancer Support, two charities very close to the player’s heart. One of the highlights of the year will be a family fun day and match between the Exeter Chiefs promotion-winning squad and a Classic Lions XV on 12 August.
As a national network, with local community at the heart of their company ethos and four South West office locations, PSG was keen to demonstrate its support for Exeter’s premiership winning team: Andy Towers of PSG explains:
“What sets us apart from our competitors is the priority we place on building local relationships and taking the time to understand and support the communities in which we live and work. In addition to being keen rugby fans, we work with clients in Exeter and spend a lot of time in the city.
“I had the privilege of watching the Chiefs win at Twickenham, along with thousands of other Exeter fans. The atmosphere was incredible and made me realise just how significant the Chiefs are to their local community; bringing people together in the region and instilling them with a sense of pride.
“We are proud to be a platinum sponsor of Steeno’s testimonial year and delighted to be supporting two such worthy charities. Gareth is integral to the Chiefs success and a much-loved player. We are therefore excited to be a part of this important celebration of one of the game’s most respected and inspirational players.”
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