Former Great Britain captain Paul Sculthorpe MBE is leading a trio of former Super League players urging amateur rugby league clubs not to miss their chance to win a professional new website.
The “˜Six of the Best’ prize draw, run by Manchester-based digital marketing agency Tecmark, closes at 4pm on Monday 15 June.
Tecmark will give six clubs new, responsive sites as well as make a significant donation to The Steve Prescott Foundation.
Thirty-five clubs have already entered the draw from across the UK.
Sculthorpe said: “This is a great opportunity for amateur clubs to really look the part off the field. Tecmark are experts at what they do, and their donation to the Steve Prescott Foundation is a great gesture.”
Former Warrington Wolves second row Mike Wainwright, an account manager for Tecmark, said: “We’ve been thrilled by the response so far.
“However, we know there are still lots of clubs that want to enter but haven’t got round to it yet – and we don’t want them to miss out.”
And ex-Salford prop Paul Highton – now Tecmark’s business development executive – said: “We can’t wait to get started working on the new sites for the winning clubs.”
Tecmark have recently built new websites for Salford Red Devils and Bradford Bulls.
For more information on the “˜Six of the Best’ prize draw, visit www.tecmark.co.uk/sixofthebest
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