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Hull FC signs major partnership with local firm

English Super League rugby league club Hull FC has entered into a partnership with local business group Halltech.

The company has agreed a three-year deal to become the club’s main partner. The agreement will cover the remainder of the 2016 Super League season, as well as the 2017 and 2018 campaigns.

Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed, although Hull FC confirmed the company will provide a “significant six-figure sum”.

As part of the agreement, Halltech’s Bambu Scaffolding and Envolve subsidiaries will appear on club apparel and branding spaces. The company will also team up with Hull FC on a number of initiatives aimed at supporters, club members and local community groups.

“This is the largest commercial deal the club has formed in recent years and the second biggest during our time in Super League, which massively demonstrates Halltech’s support,” Hull FC chairman Adam Pearson said.