Scarlets are delighted to announce they have extended their commercial partnership with Taylor Facilities Management.
Based in Llanelli, Taylor FM, are one of the UK’s fastest growing facilities management companies and have been a sponsor of the Scarlets since the start of the season.
The company’s logo features on the team playing shorts for 2021-22, while they are also a player sponsor of Tongan international second row Sam Lousi and Scotland international back-rower Blade Thomson.
Company founder and Chief Executive Officer Peter Taylor said: “The business has always had a keen interest in sport and, in particular, rugby and whenever we have visited Parc y Scarlets on match day we have had a warm welcome.
“It is clear the Scarlets share many of the same values as we do, with community at the forefront of everything. We are also extremely proud and privileged to be associated with such an historic Welsh brand.”
Taylor FM tailor their service to suit any level of requirements, from individual premises to national chains.
With a team of highly-qualified specialists, the company provides an extensive range of services from general cleaning and maintenance to complex building refurbishment and forestry.
Scarlets Head of Commercial James Bibby said: “It has been fantastic to have Peter, Ryan and the Taylor team as part of the Scarlets commercial family this season. It is also great to see one of our former players Jack Payne as part of the team.
“Taylor FM are a fast-growing company with real ambition and strong core family and community values that has been forged on building strong relationships, very much like ourselves.
“It is great to see them based here at the Parc with an office in one of our hospitality boxes and we look forward to welcoming them back on match-days and continuing the partnership over the coming seasons.”
For more information on Taylor Facilities Management go to https://www.taylor-fm.com
Picture: Ryan Taylor, Regional Contracts Manager at Taylor FM, is pictured with Scarlets player Blade Thomson