M&H Logistics, Warrington based logistics company with seven depots across Scotland and the North West of England continue to celebrate their 30 year business anniversary. This time with a British Basketball League club – Manchester Giants.

The partnership sees not only M&H brand on the front and reverse of the Giants home and away vests this season but also an array of fan engagement initiatives and community projects in the coming months.

At the opening game of the season against league leaders Leicester Riders, Giants’ fans were given the M&H branded thunder sticks, which helped create a magnificent atmosphere to cheer on coach Danny Byrne’s side. Those continue to be handed out at the home games, so make sure you collect yours and let’s make some noise.

Giants Business Manager, James Gordon, said: “The passion Anna and M&H Logistics have shown towards us and basketball is second to none. When we met for the first time, we shared a whole host of creative ideas and we are looking forward to make them happen. It was a pleasure to host M&H at the game against Leicester and we look forward to welcoming them on a regular basis moving forward.”

Anna Kozlowska, Marketing & Development Director at M&H Logistics said “We were impressed with the tremendous effort and strong performance put by the team in the first game of the season against Leicester. For many years our brand has been a great ambassador for various sports from football, golf through to basketball now, and also for over a dozen of charities we support. Community projects run by the Giants are something we certainly are going to get involved in above and beyond the sponsorship agreement. We will also be running the M&H Giants Golf Day in spring next year, so please register your interest by the end of the year. Both individual and corporate bookings will be accommodated.”

You can register your interest in the M&H Giants Golf Day by sending an email to business@mandhlogistics.com.

Manchester Giants, playing out of the Powerleague Trafford Sportsdome, are in their sixth season back in the British Basketball League. For the first time since, the club has called on two American recruits in the shape of Austin Rettig and David Kadiri to help fire them into the play-offs.

For more information about M&H Logistics, visit www.mandhlogistics.com.