NEW SPONSORS OF ROYAL SIGNALS BASKETBALL
We are proud to have been unveiled as the new sponsors of Royal Signals basketball in the British Army.
The Royal Signals are leaders in Information Technology and Communications for the British Army, providing military commanders with their information requirements as well as the ability to command and control their forces. The Royal Signals have officers and soldiers serving in every UK and NATO Headquarters in the world.
The Royal Signals Inter-Unit Basketball Championships were recently held over two days of competition at RAF Cranwell and RAF Digby. As the first part of our sponsorship deal, the winning teams and Most Valuable Players (MVPs) received their trophies.
Nexor’s Head of Operations and retired Royal Signals officer, Neville Smikle, was on hand to make the official presentations. Speaking afterwards, Neville commented:
“This sponsorship is a reflection of the long-standing relationship between Nexor and the Royal Signals. Our trustworthy solutions have been used across the British Army, including the Royal Signals, for decades and as a company Nexor has benefitted from the recruitment of a number of former Royal Signals personnel into the business due to the professionalism and skills that they bring with them.”
Major Duncan Chamberlain, Royal Signals Basketball Secretary commented:
“I am delighted that Royal Signals basketball has been given the opportunity to develop our relationship with Nexor. It is a demonstration of Nexor’s commitment to, and strong affiliation with, Defence and the Royal Signals in particular.”
In the Autumn, the Royal Signals will be participating in the Army Inter-Corps Basketball Championships in their new Nexor sponsored strips. We wish them all the best and look forward to seeing how they get on in the tournament.
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