AdamsonJones, a Nottingham-based firm of patent and trade mark attorneys, is delighted to announce its new role as a corporate sponsor of Nottingham SportsAid, which is part of national charity SportsAid.
SportsAid is the charity for sports people, helping the next generation of British sporting talent to succeed. SportsAid recognises and supports young athletes from all over the country and is the only major organisation helping them at an age when no one else does, stepping in with financial backing to help our young rising stars achieve their full potential.
The Nottingham sponsors, including Nelsons Solicitors, Yorkshire Bank, Trent Bridge cricket ground and now AdamsonJones, work together with the aim of holding three fundraising lunches per year and are given the opportunity to choose the recipient of each award from a list of talented Nottingham youngsters provided by SportsAid.
Simon Cooper, Managing Director of AdamsonJones, explains why the company has chosen to support the charity. “AdamsonJones have over the years participated in a variety of corporate sporting events from triathlons to trail runs, with the team coming first in the Robin Hood Half Marathon Corporate Challenge in 2013. The health and wellbeing of our employees is very important to the business. We encourage participation in sport as we recognise that leading an active life plays an important part in ensuring the fitness of our workforce.”
Becoming a sponsor of Nottingham SportsAid allows us to help leading young athletes in the East Midlands region and contribute to the nation’s sporting success in the future.”