VW extends its support for Disability Sport Wales
Sinclair Volkswagen has confirmed its continued support for Disability Sport Wales for another three years both as the vehicle provider but also as Official Motability Partner.
Paralympic, World & European Champion Aled-Sion Davies MBE was joined by Paralympian, Commonwealth Games Team Wales athlete, and now Disability Sport Wales’ Performance Pathway Officer Nathan Stephens to take delivery of the two branded cars, which will enable DSW to move the team around Wales (and further afield) whilst significantly reducing annual travel costs.
Fiona Reid, CEO of Disability Sport Wales said: "We are delighted to continue our relationship with Sinclair Volkswagen, they have been a very valued partner and the support they provide has a great impact on our work. We have a diverse team, based throughout Wales, so we need to ensure our cars suit all our needs – the team at Sinclair VW always ensure this is possible.”
Sian Burgess-Hunt of Sinclair Volkswagen said, “We are proud to continue our support for DSW for an additional 3 years, it’s a pleasure to support such an inspirational organisation that transforms lives through the power of sport. Our partnership assists DSW in providing many great opportunities to disabled Children and Adults within Wales helping them fulfil their dreams and ambitions. We look forward to developing a greater partnership further in the coming years.”
Sinclair Volkswagen has been an integral part of the Sinclair Group since 1975 when the first Volkswagen franchise opened in Port Talbot since then the Sinclair Group has firmly established itself as one of the biggest Volkswagen groups in the UK. www.sinclairvolkswagen.co.uk