When local rugby league team, Cutsyke Raiders under-10s, were looking for a sponsor for their new kit at the start of this year, Cultrix local IT and web experts stepped in.
Cutsyke Raiders under-10s player, Leyton Wilders, nephew of Cultrix’s Managing Director, Shaun Wilders knew his uncle was good for a try, and put the case to him.
“Why not?” Shaun said. “Our values at Cultrix are all about advocacy and support of young people. We’ve always welcomed and taken on apprentices and young employees at Cultrix, particularly those who are spirited team players, who enjoy being motivated to do something worthwhile. Sport really fits into this ethos, and helps kids a lot. And obviously there’s the family connection. I’m very proud to be sponsoring a sports team, that’s my nephew’s team in our local community.”
Shaun can often be seen at weekends, cheering on the team. We asked him if he saw any budding IT experts amongst them.
“Potentially! Then again, who knows what the IT landscape will look like by the time these kids grow up. It’s just great to see them so switched on and focused, playing a game they love. If only we could bottle that motivation! And, it’s great to see so many of our Cultrix logos on the field of course.”
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