MoneyGuru Sponsors Local Rugby Club

14th June 2018

Quint Group's price comparison business, MoneyGuru, has agreed a three-year sponsorship deal with the local Macclesfield Rugby Union Football Club (MRUFC).

The three-year deal will see MoneyGuru become the main club sponsor, and it will be the first time all playing shirts from Under 6s to the 1st IV will be sponsored by the same company.

Mike Ransom, our Managing Director here at Quint Group, which owns MoneyGuru said:

“The partnership between and Macclesfield Rugby Club is such a natural fit and we are delighted to be able to support the club over the next three years.”

“Both myself and Greg Cox, CEO at Quint Group, have been passionate about rugby our whole lives, with Greg playing for the renowned Wasps back in 1999 and myself being part of MRUFC since I was only nine years old.”

“Partnering with the club seemed like a logical decision, which we’re both really pleased with, and we are excited to see the senior teams continue to perform over the coming seasons and for the mini and junior section to go from strength to strength!” 

Speaking about the sponsorship deal, MRUFC Chairman, Pete Harper, said:

“I am delighted to announce that MoneyGuru have agreed a 3-year shirt sponsorship deal with Macclesfield Rugby Club. Mike Ransom is a longterm member of the rugby club, having grown up in Macclesfield, and started his playing career with the highly successful Mini & Junior section before graduating to the first team. After hanging up his boots, Mike has now gone full circle, finding himself coaching the Under 8's.”

“To have a successful local company like MoneyGuru give their support to Macclesfield Rugby Club is great news and strengthens the relationship between local businesses and the rugby club.  We look forward to working with Mike and his team over the next three seasons.”

Home to Macclesfield Rugby, and based at Priory Park, MRUFC is an inclusive, community One-Club organisation where everyone is welcome and all levels of playing ability are catered for, from mini and junior levels through to seniors playing nationally.  

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