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BiGDUG unveil new look in Gloucester Rugby partnership

Kingsholm is looking a bit different for the remainder of the Premiership rugby season and anyone watching Gloucester's defeat to Bristol will have noticed a new name along the front of The Shed.

Gloucester shelving and storage specialists BiGDUG has announced a new partnership with the club with branding in front of The Shed, the players' tunnel and technical are - which will become the BiGDUGOUT.

Managing director Chris Reilly said: "This partnership with Gloucester Rugby is a very exciting step for BiGDUG.

"Our history has always been rooted in Gloucester and this partnership will significantly enhance our brand awareness.

"We are proud to be a Gloucester-based company and being part of this fantastic rugby club's family will only strengthen our links with the fans and the region itself."

He continued: "We can't wait to see the team back on the pitch and are looking forward to the day when we can cheer them on from the stands."

Gloucester stars Willi Heinz, Ben Morgan and Henry Trinder were on hand to unveil the branding which will be seen again at Gloucester's next home game against Leicester on Sunday.

Gloucester Rugby's chief operating officer Alex Brown said: "It was clear from the start of our discussions that there are so many synergies between BiGDUG and Gloucester Rugby.

"Their energy and enthusiasm is clear to see, and we are truly excited to see what the future holds for our two great organisations"

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