1 year ago
By Janette Harries
Colne Football Club launched their 2017/18 kit at Saturday's awards night along with new Main club sponsors, Barrowford based Utility Renewals Ltd.
Utility Renewals Ltd are a specialist consultancy in the Utilities market with an excellent reputation built on quality and a breadth of expertise.
The management team at Utility Renewals Ltd have been involved in the energy markets since 1992, well before the whole market de-regulated and with more than two decades of experience in those markets, they are perfectly positioned to manage accounts for any business.
In 2016 the Companies customer base grew to over 10,000 customers, procuring over 400 million kilowatts of energy in the same year.
As a Company they remain independent and are proud to be so. Specialising in both commercial and domestic energy they are committed to ensuring client satisfaction by delivering service that is second to none.
Ryan Haigh, Operations Director for Utility Renewals Ltd, said: “this is a proud and monumental day in the history of Utility Renewals. Colne Football Club is the highest non-league club in the local area and their success over the last few years has been remarkable.
Utility Renewals are committed to expanding their workforce in the local area and we look upon ourselves as a people based organisation. People are our greatest asset and for that reason we aim to place people at the heart of everything we do. Working in partnership with local colleges and adult learning providers we will help all new or existing staff to achieve valuable qualifications that are relevant to their jobs while developing life skills. We want to help all staff reach their full potential and this will only develop further as we look to help the Football Club progress.
We are thrilled to announce this alignment with Colne FC and look forward to working closely together over the coming seasons. From the outset we have been impressed with how the club has pulled together and the hard work of several unsung volunteers is not only why the club are where they are today but why they are still in existence.
This is an opportunity for us help the club progress further both on and off the pitch and we can’t wait to get started.”
Updated 18:40 - 17 May 2017 by Janette Harries