Scotland’s leading independent recruitment consultancy Primestaff has chosen to partner with Glasgow Warriors for another season.
Following a successful first year of partnership, Primestaff will continue to be a member of the Glasgow Warriors sponsorship family for a further 12 months having doubled its turnover in just over five years.
To celebrate the renewal and showcase the wide variety of job opportunities which Primestaff offers on behalf of its clients, six Warriors took part in a job swap while decked out in full kit.
Among them were Scotland internationals Jonny Gray and Richie Vernon, who traded in their normal duties on the pitch for a stint at reception and the store room respectively. Meanwhile, centre Sam Johnson showed some spark in his new role as an electrician.
Primestaff chief executive Danny McIntyre is delighted and explained his decision to continue partnering with the Warriors. He said: “When we entered into the partnership a little more than 12 months-ago we had an idea that it had the potential, however it is fair to say it has surpassed all expectations.
“As well as sending a really positive message to the marketplace and customers, it has also proven to be a hugely motivational and inspiring tool for our own staff, the vast majority of whom now consider themselves rugby fans – and Warriors supporters – thanks to the partnership.
“Primestaff has enjoyed one of its best ever 12 months since becoming partners of Glasgow Warriors and so it was a no-brainer to sign up again. We wish all at Scotstoun the very best of luck for the season ahead – we’re right behind you.”
Scottish Rugby business development manager and ambassador Al Kellock said: “We’re all thrilled that Primestaff is signed up for another season in partnership with the club.
“It was brilliant to see the enthusiasm that Danny and his team brought to the table last year and it’s an added bonus that so many members of their team have become even more interested in rugby as a result.
“Every bit as pleasing is to hear of the success which Primestaff has enjoyed as a business over the last 12 months and we hope that Glasgow Warriors can play its own small part in helping Danny and all his staff enjoy another really positive year ahead.”
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