Richmond F.C., the rugby union club founded in 1861, is delighted to announce a partnership with Volvo Cars West London; the dealership becoming the latest company to sign up as a Club Partner for the remainder of Richmond’s inaugural season in the Championship.
Proud to be Volvo's UK flagship site, Volvo Cars London’s Chiswick dealership, which occupies an enviable position right next to the M4 motorway, will also support Richmond Rugby for the 2017/18 and 2018/19 seasons.
Mike Dodds, West London Dealer Principal, comments, “Richmond Rugby club, its members and the supporters are the perfect match for a Volvo range which offers the right blend of stunning looks, practicality and the latest technology, all in a user-friendly manner. We are looking forward to being able to promote Volvo to new audiences through the club to showcase our exclusive affinity offers and deals that just cannot be achieved in a showroom or online.”
Jimmy Wallace, Group Commercial Director for Richmond Rugby, commented: “We are thrilled to welcome Volvo Cars West London on-board as a Club Partner for the next few seasons. We feel confident that Volvo’s outstanding affinity programme will appeal to our members in providing additional, exclusive benefits and discounts for those who are looking to purchase their next car.
“Volvo Cars West London will be the Matchball Sponsor for our next home League game against local rivals Bedford on February 4th, which promises to be a fantastic occasion. We look forward to welcoming Mike and the dealership team down here on the day.”
Situated on Power Road, Volvo Cars West London’s two storey glass showroom showcases a wide selection of new Volvos, including the multi-award winning XC90, and over 50 used cars as part of the Volvo Selekt programme. Inside, a large workshop allows for eight service bays to ensure the aftersales team is able to cater for any customers’ Volvo needs. The dealership also offers a free collection and delivery for cars being serviced and at-home or at-work test drives for those trickier journeys across London.