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Springfield Solutions To Sponsor British Grand Prix

31 Aug 2012

Event promoters internationalSPORTgroup have announced Springfield Solutions as title sponsor for the British Grand Prix Squash Championship to be staged at the National Squash Centre in Manchester from 21-24 September.

The Springfield Solutions British Grand Prix - Manchester 2012, a PSA International 70 event, will boast seven of the world's top 10 players, including reigning world champion Nick Matthew, world number one James Willstrop and former world number ones Gregory Gaultier, Karim Darwish and Amr Shabana.

"We are very excited to be able to announce Springfield Solutions Ltd as the title sponsor of this year's British Grand Prix," said internationalSPORTgroup Chief Executive Officer Paul Walters.

"The support of Springfield Solutions Ltd, alongside that of Manchester City Council and our other event sponsors and partners, has been significant in helping the championship achieve the levels of prize money that has attracted the world's very best players, and we are very excited at the prospect of working closely with them in delivering a spectacular tournament.

"It is testament to the increasing appeal of the event and the sport generally that Springfield Solutions, specialists in providing intelligent print and packaging solutions, have chosen to support the British Grand Prix to help deliver increased regional, national and international exposure for the company as they seek to achieve greater penetration and sales," added Walters.

Steve Forster, Director of Springfield Solutions Ltd, added: "Our company is a fast growing Print and Packaging organisation. We offer our client an Intelligent Solution to their specific packaging needs. We aim to raise our business profile and are delighted to be title sponsor of the British Grand Prix. We look forward to working with internationalSPORTgroup, Manchester City Council and all of the other event partners in welcoming the world's finest squash players to Manchester for such a prestigious tournament which will attract thousands of sports fans to the city."