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Scarlets protect tomorrow by investing in today with Viola

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Scarlets have linked up with an ambitious start-up company, Viola Group, who have become the latest sponsor to be added to the region’s playing shorts for the forthcoming season.

Viola Group is passionate about modern money management and are disruptive in their approach.

With a logo designed for versatility, the placement of Viola Group’s logo, on the side of both home and away playing shorts, means that Viola can be seen whether the player is on the floor, running or mid scrum!

Nathan Brew, Head of Commercial at Scarlets, said: “We are delighted to welcome Viola Group on board as one of our kit sponsors ahead of the new season.

“With their Head Office in South Wales, and offices in both India and Vienna, they’ve moved their ambitious start-up from humble beginnings to a global business in a very short space of time.”

“They’re innovative approach is something that really excites us and we’re really looking forward to working closely over the coming months and seasons.”

Viola Group are driven to provide innovative solutions and strategies which are secure but protect what is important to their customers.

Christopher Hamilton, Chairman of Viola Group, said: “We’ve had a very warm and friendly welcome to the Scarlets and I am thrilled for our company becoming their latest sponsors, supporting our local rugby community. I am beyond excited to see how our sponsorship can drive the Scarlets this 2018-2019 season and to share their upcoming achievements together.”

Internet link –

https://www.viola.group/index.html

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