Air Factory trampoline park is sponsoring St Helens’ powerful prop forward Kyle Amor during the 2017 rugby league season, becoming an official club partner of Saints and having prominent recognition at the club’s Totally Wicked Stadium.
The general manager of Air Factory officially handed Kyle his team shirt for the new season during an official event at the stadium.
The family attraction is the town’s only trampoline park and recently welcomed Kyle, last year’s player of the season, to Lea Green for a personal tour.
Bin Chen, owner of Air Factory, said:
“We are incredibly proud to be associated with both Saints and Kyle, one of the club’s finest players.
“Our close sponsorship and support of St Helens rugby shows our commitment to building strong ties with the town and its community.
“We’re really looking forward to the start of the season and being a vocal member of the club’s support.”
Kyle Amor said:
“I’d like to thank all at Air Factory for their sponsorship and support this season and I look forward to working closely with the trampoline park going forward.
“I’ve already been with the family and the kids had a great time. I’d recommend that you get yourself down there and enjoy the fun.”
As part of the sponsorship deal Air Factory will contribute to Saints’ matchday entertainment in the Family Zone during the season.
Dave Hutchinson, general manager at Saints, added: “It is great to have Air Factory as one of our Official Partners. They bring to the club a fun, energetic, family oriented opportunity for all our fans to get involved in.
“In addition to the advertising we are very grateful for their support in sponsoring Kyle Amor, who, being a family man, complements the ethos of Air Factory.
“So get yourself down there, but mind you don’t “bump into” Kyle, we need him to do his bouncing into the opposition on the pitch!”
Kyle has also been called up to the England Elite Performance Squad ahead of this year’s Rugby League World Cup.
Visit www.airfactory.co.uk for more information.