Hull & East Yorkshire PFC are delighted to announce that Cobus Communications have continued their platinum partnership for a further three years.
The partnership will continue to see Cobus Communications branding remain on the club’s official training wear range worn by all players, coaching-staff and supporters.
Based in Hull, Cobus Communications are an award-winning Communications expert that was established in 1991, providing VoIP/Hosted Telephony Solutions plus Business Mobiles, CCTV, Access Control and Networking Solutions to 100’s of national and local brands.
Marketing & Communications Officer Kai Gill is pleased to have Cobus Communications pledge their long-term support.
Hull & East Yorkshire PFC Marketing & Communications Officer, Kai Gill said: “We are delighted to announce Cobus Communications continue their platinum partnership for a further three years. The support over the past couple of years, that we have received from all the team at Cobus has been incredible making it an easy decision for us to offer it again to Mike & Emma. Seeing Cobus continue to grow over the past two years has been fantastic to see and we know the future for them is certainly exciting. It’s really exciting times ahead for the club and we look forward to taking Cobus on this journey with us.”
Operations Director, Emma Waudby said “We are very pleased to continue our support to Kai and the Powerchair football team. I have seen first-hand the incredible team comradery and heard from players and parents alike how much the team means to them and allows them to play a sport independently. We have made many friends and we love watching them play – it’s surprisingly fast-paced and exciting to watch. We were thrilled with the amazing news of automatic promotion and are very proud to continue our support.”
Michael Smith, Cobus Managing Director, commented “We’ve all really enjoyed supporting Kai and the team – both on and off the field, over the past several years. In that time, we’ve developed some great friendships and enjoyed watching the team train, play, and improve over the years. I’d like to say that my influence while having a go in one of the powerchairs helped in some way, but it really didn’t as I gained first hand experience of just how difficult and fast paced the game was while on the pitch!”