Tecmark’s former pro kicks off the rugby season in style



Tecmark account manager Mike Wainwright, a former professional rugby league player, kicked-off the Super League season in style with a number of guests at the Warrington Wolves and Salford Red Devils match in early February.

Mike returned to Warrington – one of his former clubs froma career that saw him make more than 200 Super League appearances – to host our table at the Halliwell Jones Stadium as Match Ball Sponsor.

Salford are one of Tecmark’s newest clients, having taken up the new Sportbox and Miribase platform, while our small and medium-sized business product offering is currently being rolled out to a number of sport clubs sponsors and businesses in the local community.

Mike said: “It’s a bit different to being out on the pitch, but games are a great place to network and socialise with our valued clients.

And being a Warrington fan, it was a good result too!”

Pictured: Tecmark account manager Mike Wainwright (right) with Warrington Wolves’ Stefan Ratchford.

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