Entries are now open for a prize draw that will see Tecmark make a significant donation to The Steve Prescott Foundation and provide professional new websites for six amateur rugby league clubs.
To celebrate the launch of our WebPro product, we’ve offered six new, responsive websites in a free-to-enter ‘Six Of The Best’ prize draw.
For every website given away, Tecmark will make a donation to the Steve Prescott Foundation, which supports Manchester’s Christie Hospital and the Try Assist Fund.
Former Great Britain captain and Steve Prescott Charity ambassador Paul Sculthorpe MBE said: “This is a great gesture by Tecmark and a fantastic opportunity for amateur rugby league clubs to really look the part with a professional website that works just as well on tablets and mobile phones as it does on computers.”
Tecmark managing director Richard Heyes said: “We’re delighted to be running this “˜Six Of The Best’ competition and can’t wait to get involved with the winning clubs. Amateur rugby league clubs are at the heart of their communities and we want to help them look their very best.”
Earlier this year Tecmark launched new websites for Salford Red Devils and Bradford Bulls.
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