Cleansing Service Group are Mustangs’ new lead sponsors

16 April 2013 by Daryl Tunningley

Award-winning waste management company Cleansing Service Group (CSG) have stepped in to become lead sponsors for Maidstone Rugby’s Mustangs XV which competes in Kent RFU’s Invicta League.

The company, which operates nationally, is in the process of moving its Kent base to a new facility in Aylesford. Investment in the new site in Aylesford will provide a much-needed specialised waste treatment, recovery and transfer facility serving the south east and is set to be one of the company’s largest operating bases.

A link already exists between company and club as CSG employee Richard Weston is part of Maidstone Rugby’s coaching team responsible for the development of players within the Mustangs XV.

CSG managing director Neil Richards said the company was always keen to support communities in which it operated and welcomed the opportunity to join forces with a leading sports organisation serving the local area.  “We’re especially proud to be associated with one of the oldest rugby clubs in the country. The Mustangs are strong contenders for honours this season and we hope our sponsorship support will help boost their efforts.”

Club deputy chairman Bob Hayton said the club was delighted to welcome CSG on board. “They are one of a number of companies that have seen the benefits of being seen to support high standard, community based grassroots sport and expressed an interest in becoming involved,” he said.