S-Trend Strengthen Squash Link with Allam British Open Partnership

Clothing brand S-Trend have partnered with the 2013 Allam British Open as they look to continue their growth within the UK. 

The Allam British Open takes place next week at the KC Stadium, Hull where the stadium will be transformed to hold the much anticipated tournament featuring the world’s best male and female squash players.

S-Trend is an international custom sportswear company supplying bespoke apparel to clubs and schools from its wholly-owned production facility. Their wide range of products is made using innovative high performance fabrics and cover both on-court and off-court.

Jim Lord, Operations Director at England Squash & Racketball said: “We’re delighted to welcome S-Trend as a valued partner to the 2013 Allam British Open, we worked with them last year and it’s fantastic to continue to build on a successful relationship.”

Graham Walton, Commercial Manager at S-Trend UK said: “We are excited to continue our involvement with the Allam British Open this year. It is great to see the strong growth of Squash within the UK and internationally and we look forward to a strong partnership going forward.”

The Allam British Open Squash will be held at the KC Stadium in Hull, East Yorkshire from 20-26 May
Information about the event can be found at www.britishopensquash.net

For more information on the 2013 Allam British Open please contact Scarlett Smith on 07827 343 373 or scarlett.smith@englandsquashandracketball.com

England Squash & Racketball is the national governing body, responsible for the development and promotion from grass roots to elite performance.  Over 500,000 people play squash on a regular basis and ESR promotes squash and racketball with national campaigns such as The Big Hit around the country, junior development and also leading international tournaments such as the British Junior Open, British Open and PSA World Men’s Championship in 2013.  Sport can make lives better for individuals, families and whole communities and through the Squash and Racketball Foundation, there is the chance to play squash and racketball at the heart of their community. 

The Professional Squash Association (PSA) promotes the interests of men’s professional squash globally. The PSA’s aim is to advance the game by ensuring that the PSA World Tour is the ultimate showcase of the sport’s pinnacle events. The PSA have over 500 members worldwide and stage more than 120 events across five continents. The PSA’s vision is that squash is recognised as the most athletic, demanding and exciting racket sport in the world.
Squash TV is the PSA’s online squash channel broadcasting over 300 live matches in 2012.

The Women’s Squash Association (WSA) promotes the interests of women’s professional squash globally. The WSA’s aim is to advance the game by ensuring that the WSA World Tour is the ultimate showcase of the sport’s pinnacle events. The WSA have over 250 members worldwide and stage more than 70 events across five continents.

For full list - see www.wsaworldtour.com

Watch all the action live on www.psasquashtv.com

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