GRS Roadstone – Britain’s leading trader, transporter and handler of aggregates, building products and waste materials – has today reaffirmed its partnership with Northampton Saints, and launched a joint initiative with the Club to show support to local Key Workers.
GRS has been an Elite Partner at Franklin’s Gardens for five years, and as part of the company’s continued commitment to the surrounding community, GRS has teamed up with the men in Black, Green and Gold to make a number of tickets for home matches during the 2020/21 season available for Key Workers once the stadium is able to reopen and safely welcome back capacity crowds through its gates.
“We are delighted to have been a proud sponsor of Northampton Saints for five years,” said Martin Hill, Chairman of GRS Roadstone.
“The last six months have been a challenging period for both businesses, but the strength of partnership – and flexibility shown across both organisations – has been brilliant to see.”Martin Hill, Chairman of GRS Roadstone
“So, we are thrilled to be able to show our support for the local Key Workers that have been so instrumental in helping us all get through these challenging times.”
Northampton Saints Chief Executive, Mark Darbon, added: “We have been overwhelmed by how supportive GRS, and our whole family of Partners, have been during this time.
“It is a testament to just how strong our relationships are with all our Partners, many of whom have been with us for a number of years.
“The decision to gift some tickets to support Key Workers was an easy decision for both the Club and GRS to make, and a small show of appreciation for the massive part that Key Workers have played in helping us to navigate through this testing period.”