Utility Bidder has extended their support of Scottish Squash by coming on board as an official event partner of the 2019 Springfield Scottish Squash Open.
Since November, the UK’s leading business utilities company has worked closely with Scottish Squash clubs and their members by providing simple energy solutions.
Utility Bidder has worked in the sports industry since 2009, giving them great insight into the way energy is used within this industry and knowledge of the hurdles the owners come across.
They have actively grown their partnership channel recently by becoming a preferred supplier for English and Scottish bowls associations, being the main supporter for their local football club Corby Town FC and working with Cricket Scotland.
Now Utility Bidder is broadening their support for squash at the 2019 Springfield Scottish Squash Open which began today at Oriam; Scotland’s Sports Performance Centre, in Edinburgh.
The tournament, which was last played in 2001, has attracted players from 18 different countries who will be vying for the titles in Edinburgh this week from Wednesday, April 3-Sunday, April 7.
Fergus Richards, above, is competing at the 2019 Springfield Scottish Squash Open.
The Springfield Scottish Squash Open will be a PSA Challenger 10 event with a $20,000 prize fund, which will be equally split between male and female players.
Madeleine Porter from Utility Bidder said:
“Utility Bidder has been working with Scottish Squash through squash clubs, using our experience and knowledge to potentially reduce costs through many different areas including energy as well as water and telecoms.
“We are now delighted to support the 2019 Springfield Scottish Squash Open.”
Maggie Still, CEO Scottish Squash, added: “Utility Bidder has generously supported our efforts to develop squash in Scotland.
“We are grateful for the sponsorship they have provided for the 2019 Springfield Scottish Squash Open which will help us to deliver an even more successful event.”
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