Tigers’ Telford link

Telford Tigers gained a boost earlier this season after linking up with a local business. Telford Hotel and Golf Resort extended further its links with the local community by partnering with the Telford Tigers two National Ice Hockey League (NIHL) teams.

Based in the town since 1985, the Tigers have enjoyed considerable success and won the English Premier League title and the British Challenge up in 2014/15, as well as regaining the league title in 2016/17.

Telford Tigers’ Tom Watkins says, “I’m very pleased to be working closely with Telford Hotel and Golf Resort and we look forward to building upon that relationship with over the coming months.”

The resort’s general manager Brett Davidge adds, “This is all about us continuing our work within the local community. Telford Tigers have been in the town for more than 30 years, so like us, it is a well-established fixture in the community.

“Telford Ice Rink is also great family-friendly hub in the town and we felt this sponsorship was a great opportunity to communicate with the loyal fan base, which is drawn from across Shropshire, Mid Wales, the West Midlands and beyond.”


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