After opening its doors in April 2017, the Trade Centre UK has relished with opportunities to interact with the community. From supporting the towns annual carnival to backing various local charities, the TCUK has opened their doors to the region.
When arriving in Wednesbury, TCUK launched the kit club initiative which takes pride in supporting local sporting clubs with the funding for a new kit. This hopefully takes away the strain from background financial worries and allows the clubs to focus primarily on their 'on the field' duties.
Tina Langstone Wolves United Ladies Manager said; ‘We would like to thank Trade Centre UK for their support, the ladies really appreciate the new kit and we can now look forward to the season ahead. ‘
The Trade Centre UK understands that as a new business to the area, they have a certain corporate responsibility to integrate and network within the community. The marketing team are always looking for new opportunities to drive the business’s platform. The TCUK launched its kitclub scheme to develop and grow relationships & commercial awareness throughout the county. Which has given local clubs from grass roots level right through to amateur an opportunity to gain commercial backing.
Dan Burt Marketing Assistant at the Trade Centre UK said; ‘We are very pleased to be the official kit sponsor of Wolverhampton United Ladies. The club have a real passion to succeed and its only their first year as a football team. Which as a business, I feel we can relate too. We look forward to following their results throughout the season and watching the club develop; as I know they have big aspirations for the future.’
Wolverhampton United Ladies will be playing in the Birmingham County women’s league. Their home pitch is at Prestwood Road and the season starts September the 10th. All are welcome to come and support the team.