Legal eagles support Ospreys kit launch at The Waterfront Museum
Stuart Atherton, Senior Partner – Peter Lynn & Partners, Stephanie Kift-Harries, Solicitor – Peter Lynn & Partners
Ospreys launched their new kit at The Waterfront Museum in the presence of sponsors and hundreds of supporters. Peter Lynn & Partners, one of the cities leading law firms and a new 2012/13 kit sponsor were present to witness the unveiling.
Stuart Atherton, a partner at Peter Lynn said: “We are delighted to be able to support the Ospreys for the forthcoming season and it’s really exciting being here to witness the fantastic public support that Ospreys Rugby now generates. The kit looks great and we are delighted to be part of it.”
Roger Blyth, Ospreys Managing Director commented: “The launch event in front of hundreds of fans was a special occasion to kick-start the 2012/13 season. The strong Ospreys brand and Kooga’s adventurous designs make…
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