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Keepsafe Storage sponsor Dundee Stars player Riley Stadel

New signing for Dundee Stars, Canadian Riley Stadel has been sponsored by Keepsafe Storage Centres. The 21-year-old from British Columbia, recently transferred from the Edmonton Oil Kings and has had a strong start to the 2017/18 season.

With more than 30 years in the business, and the first company to introduce self-storage in Tayside, Keepsafe Storage has always been a team player when it comes to supporting local sport and culture.

Jim Rue, location manager at Dundee's Camperdown Business and Storage Centre, is a keen fan of ice hockey and an avid follower of the Dundee team's progress. Always happy to offer solutions and help someone with a move, he was quick to encourage Keepsafe bosses to consider putting their name behind the #3 defender.

Managing director for the Castlecroft Group, Anne Smith commented: "We're delighted to be sponsoring Riley for this season and he's certainly helping raise Keepsafe's profile with the Dundee audience. He's also attracted some new fans to the game, with many of our staff members enjoying the match hospitality and showing great support for Dundee Stars."

Elliot Shaw, Commercial Manager for Dundee Stars said: "We are delighted to have Keepsafe on board as commercial partners this season. They are a well-established company with a fantastic reputation in the Dundee area. We are hoping this will be a long-term, prosperous relationship."

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Keepsafe Storage sponsor ‘Team Awesome’ for Scottish Open Volleyball Tournament

The Scottish Open Volleyball Tournament rolled into the Fair City of Perth for their 31st annual competition this weekend. Recognised as the most popular volleyball event in the UK the tournament attracts over 100 teams from around the UK and Europe.

The competition is for all standards of player from recreational, district league and national league level, and took place on 36 outdoor courts on the city’s North Inch parkland.

Third division Perth “Team Awesome” proudly sported new strips for the event, sponsored by local business Keepsafe Storage.

With more than 30 years in the business, and the first company to introduce self-storage in Tayside, Keepsafe Storage has always been a team player when it comes to supporting local sport and culture.

Anne Smith, managing director of Keepsafe Storage commented,

“We like to think outside the box when it comes to sponsorship opportunities, and are delighted that Keepsafe Storage can play a part in Team Awesome’s success.”

Andy Lochhead, a teacher of Physical Education at Perth Grammar School approached Keepsafe Storage for support to help his team to buy a new set of strips.

“We may be ironically named “Team Awesome” as we play in the third division, but Keepsafe’s support has ensured we look the part and can live up to our name, both in this weekend’s competition and in the future,” said Andy.

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