PBS Construction will continue to back Hull FC during the 2022 season after agreeing two separate commercial partnerships with the club.
The company is the new front of shorts partner for the forthcoming Super League campaign with the PBS logo appearing on both the principal and alternative shorts.
In addition, having supported youngster Connor Wynne during the past three seasons, the company will once again be his player sponsor for 2022.
These two agreements extend the company’s longstanding relationship with the club having previously been a shirt partner for four years (2016-2019) and the interchange sponsor in 2021.
The company are proud to be continuing their support of the club and Glenn Smurthwaite, Managing Director, said:
“We’re delighted to be backing Hull FC again in 2022 as it maintains our longstanding association with the club.
“Having previously been a shirt partner it’s something different for us to be on the shorts and it was great to see our logo on them when the two kits were launched recently. We’re also delighted to be supporting Connor Wynne again and having been his player sponsor since 2019, it was an easy decision for us to continue that agreement.
“As a family we are all Hull FC supporters and if we can play a small part in helping the club to be successful then we’ll be more than happy.”
Nick Derbyshire, Commercial Manager at Hull FC, added:
“Hull FC are delighted to have the continuing support of PBS Construction, and are looking forward to many more successful seasons working alongside them as a valued sponsor and supporter of the club.”
There was double joy for PBS in the recent Hull Building Safety Group Awards 2021 with both the business and one of its employees picking up accolades.
As a business PBS was delighted to receive the ‘Best Site Safety Performance to Principal Contractor’ award and that was added to with Alan Clarke winning the ‘Best Site Safety Performance to a Site Manager’ award.
Mark Dobson, Director at Hull Building Safety Group, recently visited the PBS offices to make the presentations with Pete Smurthwaite (PBS Chairman) and Danny Long (PBS Health & Safety Manager) receiving the principal contractor award on behalf of the business. Pete also helped Mark present the site manager award to Alan.
Mark commented: “PBS are a valued and key member of Hull Building Safety Group. They continually show a desire and commitment to improve and deliver the best standards possible on their projects. It is clear that Health and Safety holds an integral part of their business and the Principal Contractor Award reflects this.
“Alan constantly demonstrates this attitude and culture on his projects, often going the extra mile to ensure that health and safety of everyone involved on his sites. I’m pleased to be able to acknowledge this with the Site Manager’s Award. Congratulations to Alan and the team at PBS Construction.”