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St. Helens sign kit sponsor

English Super League club St. Helens has agreed a three-season sponsorship deal with Elcons Employment Law Consultants.

Elcons will serve as the rugby league club’s human resources partner and have its logo displayed on the rear of the playing shorts for both its men’s and women’s teams.

In addition to appearing on the playing kit, Elcons branding will also be seen on LED and static perimeter signage at St. Helens’ Totally Wicked Stadium, along with internal press conference backdrops, within the match programme and on the club’s official website.

St. Helens general manager, Dave Hutchinson, said: “From the first meeting we held with them, we knew they were the right partner for us as they demonstrated a clear vision for their business and how we could benefit from working with their personal advisor service.

“We pride ourselves on our duty of care to all employees, from players, staff and our matchday team and Elcons business ethics are a great fit for us in improving how we interact with everyone who is employed here at Saints.”

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