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RMB Hydroseeding return for 'Moore'

RMB Hydroseeding return for 'Moore'

The Cardiff Devils are delighted to welcome back RMB Hydroseeding as a corporate sponsor for the 2017-18 season.

Proud sponsors of #29 Craig Moore, RMB Hydroseeding offer Hydroseeding solutions to clients throughout the UK and Ireland. 

Services include Wildflower and Tree Seeding and erosion control solutions.  With over 48 years experience in the industry, RMB Hydroseeding are one of the UK’s leading Hydroseeding companies and through bespoke services and high levels of customer care, the company continues to grow.

Managing Director of RMB Hydroseeding, Franklyn Melville-Brown commented on the continued sponsorship with the Cardiff Devils:

"We’re thrilled to be continuing our partnership with the Cardiff Devils for another year, they’re a great organisation to be associated with.

"Since our involvement we’ve been impressed by just how much they appreciate not only the sponsors, but everyone connected to the club from fans to the staff, with a real emphasis on supporting the local community, and young talent - somethings that are really important to us.’’

 

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So it looks as though Craig Moore isn’t only becoming a fans favourite on the ice here in Cardiff, but with his silky hydroseeding skills on show above, patrons of IAW will soon be able to ‘bloom’ in his hydroseeding handywork!

For more information of products and services offered from RMB Hydroseeding, CLICK HERE to visit their website.

Once again we would like to thank Franklyn, Elin (and Ned) for their continued support.


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