TQS Integration has announced that they will sponsor Waterford GAA for at least another twelve months through 2020.
The firm came on board in 2018 taking over the sponsorship from Three.
The sponsorship covers all Waterford county hurling and football teams from under 14 to Senior in both codes and will be performance bonus related.
Once again the county jersey along with all leisurewear including tracksuits, polos, windcheaters, training tops and kit bags will carry the TQS Integration logo.
The company is a global data intelligence consultancy group with its corporate headquarters in Lismore.
They are currently recruiting up to fifty staff and are expanding into new markets including Australia.
“My executive team and all at TQS Integration are delighted to be launching this year’s sponsorship with Waterford GAA.,” said Máire Quilty, Corporate Managing Director.
“This sponsorship is an ideal opportunity for us to promote our company nationally and indeed internationally now as well.”
“As a Waterford based company operating on the international stage, we hold special pride in being an Irish success story, and as a Waterford native, I feel particularly honoured to be sponsors of our county teams over the last few years. We are delighted to support them in any way we can again this year.”
“We are delighted to have a company like TQS Integration as our team sponsors again for 2020,” added outgoing Waterford GAA Chairman PJ Ryan.
“They are an outstanding and successful Waterford based international company and we are so proud to have them on board.”
“With the huge costs now involved in running our county teams, it would be impossible to prepare them to the level required without their generous support and sponsorship.”
Coach operator JJ Kavanagh, despite being based in neighbouring Kilkenny, are sponsors of the Club Championships and are the official travel partner.
Intersport Elverys are the official retail partner and Waterford are one of the few counties to go outside of O’Neill’s with Azzurri Sport as their kit manufacturer.
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