Sponsorship boost for Hammers

PUBLISHED: 12:45 25 March 2013

Lakeside Hammers have received a sponsorship boost (Gavin Ellis/TGSPHOTO)

Lakeside Hammers have received a sponsorship boost (Gavin Ellis/TGSPHOTO)

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Local company step up backing

Lakeside Hammers preparations for Good Friday’s lunchtime Elite League season opener against the Eastbourne Eagles have been given a sponsorship boost.

Brentwood-based tyre and alignment specialists Skidmarques have agreed to become associate sponsors for the 2013 season, stepping up from their initial introduction as advertisers in 2012.

They will join new team sponsors Vortex Exhaust Systems, Community Sponsor Ruggles & Jeffery and the Academy and Training Partners Hagon Shocks in supporting the Essex-based club.

Following their agreement to increase their support of the Hammers, Skidmarques Ltd managing director Keith Playell said: “Skidmarques are delighted to be able to renew and expand our support for the Lakeside Hammers.

“As a family-run business it is excellent to be associated with a family friendly club with such a loyal following.

“We look forward to being good advocates for the Hammers and doing what we can to assist the club and riders.”

Delighted Hammers co-promoter Jon Cook said: “It’s been a phenomenal winter for our commercial team and they have set the standard for their on track counterparts to follow.”

Hammers begin their 2013 Elite League campaign when they host Eastbourne on Good Friday, with a 1pm start.

Their two-legged challenge with Peterborough Panthers fell victim to the wintry weather at the end of last week.

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