Westmeath GAA announces jersey sleeve sponsorship with Writech
Westmeath GAA are delighted to announce a continuing sponsorship partnership with Writech Group, where, in addition to their sponsorship for the Intermediate Football Championship, its logo will now be carried on the sleeves of all Westmeath jerseys from U17 to senior, hurling and football.
Sleeve sponsorship is permitted since January 1 this year and Westmeath is one of the first counties to embrace the new opportunity.
Writech is an International yet Mullingar-headquartered, family-run business with almost 40 years’ experience in the fire protection industry, whose commitment is to design and install bespoke systems for the needs of any business.
“We are proud to continue our partnership with Westmeath GAA,” said Ted Wright, CEO of the Writech Group. “We have very strong links with Westmeath and the local community – having been headquartered in Mullingar for the past 40 years, during which time we have grown substantially.
“At Writech, we are committed to continuous innovation on behalf of our customers, with much of this innovation being driven by our team in Mullingar. We are building a world class operation here that will lead and change industry across Ireland, Europe and beyond.
“We also look forward to continuing to grow our talented and diverse workforce in Mullingar and Dublin and, hopefully, support the Westmeath team all the way to Croke Park.”
Westmeath GAA Chairperson, Frank Mescall added: “We are delighted to continue our partnership with the very successful International company, Writech, and carry their ‘Fire Protection Engineering’ logo on the sleeve of our county jerseys.
“Writech have been sponsors of our Intermediate Football Championship for several years, and we see this additional sponsorship as a very strong endorsement of their commitment to us.
“We are dedicated to the continual improvement of our county teams and the support from Writech will be a major help in our quest. We wish them good fortune with their business and thank them for their support to Westmeath GAA.”