Coral Windows & Conservatories extend deal with Bradford Bulls

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Danny Addy, left, and Nick Scruton wearing last season's Bradford Bulls home shirts with the Coral Windows insignia Danny Addy, left, and Nick Scruton wearing last season's Bradford Bulls home shirts with the Coral Windows insignia

The Bulls today announced the renewal of a long-standing partnership with Coral Windows & Conservatories on a one-year extension.

The deal takes the association with the Bradford-based window and conservatory firm past the ten-year mark.

Founded in 1990 by managing director John Valente, Coral Windows & Conservatories have been at the heart of Bradford for more than 20 years.

Their branding will again take centre stage on the rear of the Bulls' playing jerseys – both home and away – and throughout the Provident Stadium.

Valente said: "It is great to be involved with the Bulls and it is fantastic to be part of a continuing partnership shared between two major Bradford brands.

"We have shared a long-standing agreement, over a number of years, and I am delighted to see it running into another Super League season.

"We have been in business for over 23 years now and our sponsorship of the Bulls has now surpassed a decade.

"I have been impressed with the recruitment work done by Francis Cummins and am looking forward to the new season.

"We believe the Bulls are working towards a brighter future and we want to be a part of that, working with them hand-in-hand.

"Hopefully, this year, we will be able to get back to enjoying the sport itself as the Bulls continue to build.

"On behalf of Coral, I wish the Bulls well as they gear up for another Super League season."

Bulls chief executive Robbie Hunter-Paul added: "A huge thanks goes to John and everyone involved at Coral Windows & Conservatories for their continued support of the club.

"It is great to see a long-standing partners of ours sticking with us on our journey into a new era of professional rugby league in Bradford.

"I remember Coral from my playing days and to think that they are still sponsoring the Bulls now is fantastic.

"Coral are a strong Bradford brand and we are delighted to be continuing our partnership with them in 2014."

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12:53pm Wed 15 Jan 14

Bacon Bantam says...

Do Raja's still sponsor the bulls? See on the main news they are painting themselves in glory.
Do Raja's still sponsor the bulls? See on the main news they are painting themselves in glory. Bacon Bantam

1:52pm Wed 15 Jan 14

Parz says...

Bacon Bantam wrote:
Do Raja's still sponsor the bulls? See on the main news they are painting themselves in glory.
Thier logo seems to have disappeared from this year's shirt so I'm guessing not. Unless they've still got some advertising around the ground.
[quote][p][bold]Bacon Bantam[/bold] wrote: Do Raja's still sponsor the bulls? See on the main news they are painting themselves in glory.[/p][/quote]Thier logo seems to have disappeared from this year's shirt so I'm guessing not. Unless they've still got some advertising around the ground. Parz

11:12pm Wed 15 Jan 14

bradfordbronco says...

Bacon Bantam wrote:
Do Raja's still sponsor the bulls? See on the main news they are painting themselves in glory.
I suppose it's nice that you're so interested in the Bulls and their sponsors. I couldn't give a monkeys about Bradford City and certainly wouldn't waste my time reading about them.
[quote][p][bold]Bacon Bantam[/bold] wrote: Do Raja's still sponsor the bulls? See on the main news they are painting themselves in glory.[/p][/quote]I suppose it's nice that you're so interested in the Bulls and their sponsors. I couldn't give a monkeys about Bradford City and certainly wouldn't waste my time reading about them. bradfordbronco

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