Hot water heating systems supplier Rinnai has strengthened sponsorships in the sports industry, including the Super League Club, Widnes Vikings, with the brand’s name appearing on the back of players’ shorts.
Rinnai’s global sponsorships spread to rugby union side Queensland Reds, The World Club World Cup event held January this year in Tokyo, the World Ice Skating Championships and the US Nascar competition held in Daytona, Las Vegas and other major American venues.
Rinnai Operations chief Chris Goggin said that this different style of advertising works incredibly well for both them and rugby league outfitWi Widnes Vikings.
“The sponsorship takes the form of the Rinnai logo and brand name on the back of the playing shorts. This is the first time both parties have taken this unconventional but innovative style of sports sponsorship,” he said.
“We are absolutely delighted to take a very active sponsorship with Widnes Vikings. We, as Rinnai, share a common belief in approach and values of excellence, innovation and responsibility to the wider community”
That belief carries forward directly into the economic and reliable solutions for installers, specifiers and end users’ installers or all domestic and commercial hot water heating and delivery needs in Rinnai’s comprehensive range.
Maintaining A rated energy efficiencies, temperature accurate water supplies their electronically controlled continuous flow gas fired units and systems are the product off choice within the UK.
Committed to sustainability, both in business and environmental impact, the Rinnai range delivers energy saving performance and low greenhouse emissions through new low NOx burner technology.
All units and systems can be installed stand-alone or manifolded to offer unlimited hot water for even the largest of commercial sites, without loss of pressure and heating at different delivery points.
Rinnai continuous flow hot water systems deliver on all levels in a cost effective and practical manner. Easy to install and operate the units provide a flexible and energy efficient solution for domestic applications and for all sectors of business and industry.
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