Gloucester Wheelchair Rugby Club has named its league side the Gloucester Titans after receiving a new pick-up from CCR Mitsubishi’s Cheltenham and Gloucester dealership.
The Gloucester Rugby Community Department has received a new Mitsubishi L200 Titan pick-up, allowing them to transport the vast amount of equipment and chairs to and from sessions and competitions, as CCR showed its support for the club.
Nicole Talbot, community outreach coordinator at Gloucester Rugby, gave her thanks to Mitsubishi Motors UK for the vehicle and their continued support, alongside the main Wheelchair Rugby Club sponsors EDF Energy.
Nicole said: “We're indebted to the support of our sponsors and partners and the Titan vehicle will be a great asset for the whole team to continue to deliver our programmes.
“Our aim is to continue to introduce the sport to more and more people, and we believe that this will allow us to continue to see more people see Wheelchair Rugby as a sport for them.”
Tim Bagnall, managing director for CCR, said: “Mitsubishi has a long-standing partnership with rugby, and in particular Gloucester.
“At CCR we always look to support great causes where and when we can and we are delighted to be able to help the Gloucester Wheelchair Rugby Club with transportation and, in turn, raise awareness for them.”