Rollits sign as event partner to British Open Squash Championships
Rollits has agreed to partnerwith the Allam British Open Masters 2015 which returns to Hull inMay. The 2015 event is being held at the Airco Sports Arena between11-17 May with the University of Hull hosting the qualifyingmatches and a selection of games from round one of the men's andwomen's competition.
The firm will be an eventpartner to the tournament, defined as 'the most iconic andprestigious squash tournament in the world' and often described asthe 'Wimbledon of Squash'.
The 2015 Allam British Open isexpected to attract the strongest ever entry to the prestigioustournament and will attract the top male and female professionalplayers from across the world to compete for the much sought-afterBritish Open titles.
A total of 46 countries willbe represented at the tournament with world number one and eighttime world title holder, Malaysia's Nicol Davidleading the way in the women's event, and will see the defendingmen's champion Gregory Gaultier returning to Hullto defend his 2014 crown.
Hull's James Earles and FionaMoverley will be hoping to reach the main draw after being named inqualifying.
Hull City's owner Dr. Allamrecently extended his sponsorship of the prestigious tournament toa further three years to ensure the competition remains in Hulluntil 2017 - Hull's City of Culture year.
The main event is being heldon a spectacular all-glass court in Hull's impressive AircoArena..
Steve Trynka Senior Partner atRollits said: "We are pleased that the event has stayed in Hullthis year and are delighted to be an event partner for the AllamBritish Open Squash Championships again.
"The firm is keen to beinvolved with many different initiatives within thecommunity. This is yet another fantastic opportunity toshowcase Hull on the world's stage in the lead up to City ofCulture 2017"
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