Author: Dafydd Jones
Glamorgan have extended their partnership with teamwear and helmet suppliers Masuri.
Masuri have also licensed the club shop at Sophia Gardens in an expansion of the partnership with the club.
When Sophia Gardens re-opens, supporters will be able to purchase a range of replica kits, training and leisure wear licensed by Masuri.
Head of Commercial, Huw Warren expressed his delight at the club’s extended partnership with the brand.
“Masuri are a globally recognised brand and one of the leading teamwear and helmet manufacturers in the world,” he said.
“We’re delighted to continue working with them on a long-term deal.
“They have been a fantastic partner since joining in 2013 and we’ve been impressed by their innovative designs and great service.
“The new club shop agreement is an exciting new venture for both parties and will offer our supporters the very best retail service and offering.”
Masuri CEO, Sam Miller, also conveyed his excitement at the news.
“Masuri are delighted to be not only extending, but building on the fantastic relationship that has been built over many years, starting with a helmet
partnership in 2013, then moving into teamwear and now retail.
‘’Sophia Gardens enjoys an iconic location in the centre of Cardiff, and as the home of Welsh Fire as well as hosting two International England Cricket matches on top of the County Championship and T20 Blast fixtures, it promises to deliver an exciting summer of cricket in 2021, which Masuri is thrilled to be a part of.’’
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