BBSA partner with PlayerLayer
The BBSA are pleased to announce that British sports brand PlayerLayer are the official kit partners of the Great Britain Bobsleigh and Skeleton teams.
PlayerLayer will provide performance and recreational wear for athletes and coaches across both sports, with GB Bobsleigh and GB Skeleton teams wearing PlayerLayer branded kit in the gym and at the track.
“We are pleased to have signed a partnership with PlayerLayer at what is a very exciting time for the sports of bobsleigh and skeleton in Great Britain,” said Richard Parker, CEO of the British Bobsleigh & Skeleton Association.
“We have a proud history in both sports and are looking forward to continuing to compete with world’s best with PlayerLayer on our side.”
Athletes wore PlayerLayer kit at the recent World Championships
Britain’s most successful Winter Olympic sports, bobsleigh and skeleton have a rich British heritage and their technical, high performance nature aligns with PlayerLayer’s brand positioning as a technical sports brand.
“As the British Sports brand, we are naturally proud to be working with the Great Britain Bobsleigh & Skeleton teams,” added Rod Bradley, Marketing Director at PlayerLayer.
The BBSA’s track record speaks for itself. We hope to now become part of the Great British success story, supporting the BBSA in their ultimate quest to win medals in both sports at the 2018 Winter Olympics.
“It will be great to see our winter sports range showcased in the typically picturesque surroundings that are synonymous with Bobsleigh and Skeleton.”
PlayerLayer is an exciting new British sports brand. The company makes exclusive, high quality performance sports clothing which can be personalised and customised for both teams and individuals.
PlayerLayer began by specialising in personalised baselayers for professional athletes and clubs in rugby, football, cricket and hockey and now provides a wide range of sports clothing with the same customisation possibilities.
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