Maintenance Network Limited have joined the team partner line up for Workington Comets ahead of the 2017 season.
Maintenance Network owner, John Courtney, has always been a huge supporter of the Comets since the new promotion took over at Derwent Park at the end of 2012, and every year he has contributed to keeping the club alive.
This has included sponsorship not only for the club, but also for the riders and for individual meetings too.
But this year Maintenance Network are increasing their involvement and joining the Comets as a ‘Team Partner’ meaning that their logo will be emblazoned on the race-jacket and team wear.
Maintenance Network has been trading since 2009 and provides facilities and maintenance management services to the social housing sector in the North East and Cumbria. They have also been involved in creating the catering outlets at the stadium during the winter, which has been a huge help to the club as we head into the new season.
John, pictured with Comet Adam Roynon and Newcastle’s Steve Worrall at last season’s Cumberland Pairs Championship, is well known to many Workington fans and can be seen in the Grandstand on a race night. He has also been involved with the inception of the FOWS (Friends of Workington Speedway).
Maintenance Network now joins Kirkland Carpets and Ast Signs as Team Partners for 2017, while Thomas Armstrong Limited are the Comets Main Sponsor.
The Comets 2017 season gets underway on Saturday, 25th March when the club stage the Cumberland Open Championship at Derwent Park.