Scarlets and Thomas Cook Sport sign new partnership
By Community | November 16, 2017
Thomas Cook Sport has today been unveiled as official team travel partner for reigning PRO12 champions, Scarlets.
As part of the agreement, Thomas Cook Sport will organise the senior squad’s travel and offer supporter travel.
Thomas Cook Sport has kicked off the partnership by organising the travel arrangements and logistics for Scarlets’ PRO14 double-header in South Africa against Southern Kings and Cheetahs in Rounds 9 and 10 of the newly expanded competition.
Thomas Cook Sport also plans to offer supporter travel in the future for both Scarlets’ away PRO14 and European fixtures, fans of the Welsh side can register their interest in Thomas Cook Sport Supporter Travel by heading to the Thomas Cook Sport website.
Phil Morgan, Scarlets Chief Operating Officer, said: “We are delighted to welcome Thomas Cook Sports to the Scarlets family as official team travel partner. The exciting new partnership will not only ensure the highest quality travel arrangements for the team, who next week head to South Africa for the first time in the newly expanded Guinness PRO14 championship, but will also see more opportunities for our loyal and committed supporters to follow the team at competitive prices.
“Thomas Cook Sport have an impressive portfolio and we’re very much looking forward to seeing the partnership develop and flourish.”
Andrew Boyle, Business Development Manager at Thomas Cook Sport, added: “Scarlets have proved themselves as a top side in the European game in the last few seasons. Their thrilling 46-22 win over Munster in the PRO12 final last season was an impressive statement of intent ahead of the South African teams’ introduction.
“We’re delighted to add them to our growing Rugby Union & team travel portfolio.
“We are looking forward to contributing as much as we can to the team’s continued success by delivering our best in class team travel service for the Scarlets squad and offering excellent travel options for their passionate supporters later in the season.”