Floodlighting and Electrical Services have joined a glowing list of corporate partners to extend their relationship with Cardiff Rugby.
The floodlighting specialists have been a sponsor and supplier at the Arms Park for more than 30 years, offering expert electrical maintenance, servicing and investment.
And the Pontyclun-based business have put pen to paper on a new agreement, which will see them continue to invest in the iconic Arms Park as Exclusive Floodlighting and Electrical Partner.
Cardiff Rugby Chief Operating Officer, Rhys Blumberg said: “Floodlighting and Electrical Services Limited are an excellent partner and company to work with here at the Arms Park.
“They provide a brilliant service, are working with us to be increasingly environmentally friendly and go above and beyond by offering preferential rates to all of our community clubs.
“It is a pleasure to agree this new and extended partnership and my thanks goes to Rhys, Gareth and the team for their continued support.”
As part of the long-standing partnership, Floodlighting also provide substantial support to the Cardiff Rugby Community Foundation and are a key partner for the future development of the Arms Park and the new Cardiff Rugby High Performance Centre in Pentwyn.
With more than four decades of experience in the industry, Floodlighting have perfected their craft and simplified the process to help numerous high profile stadiums, sports clubs and institutions maximise the power of illumination.
And Managing Director, Gareth Roberts is delighted to continue supporting the company’s home club.
He said: “We’re really happy to continue our long-standing relationship with Cardiff Rugby, who we have worked with for 30 plus years.
“It is a key partnership for us and it is a privilege to provide the floodlighting and electrical support for such an iconic ground as the Arms Park.
“We are hugely passionate about sport at all levels and our expertise allows us to help not only Cardiff Rugby but all 84 clubs in the regional pathway and the fantastic work of the Community Foundation”.
“It has been great to see Cardiff enjoy some good form in recent weeks and everyone has been taken aback by the Arms Park atmosphere under the lights. To play a part in that is superb and we look forward to working with the club for many more years.”