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Scintilla reveal East End Logistics as new sponsor

PUBLISHED: 16:00 10 January 2017

Scintilla Cricket Club have a new sponsor in East End Logistics

Scintilla Cricket Club have a new sponsor in East End Logistics

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Club preparing for 2017 cricket season

Scintilla Cricket Club have announced that East End Logistics will be one of the club’s new sponsors ahead of the 2017 season.

Managing Director Rob Dewan Syed will also be taking up a new role as health and wellbeing advisor to Scintilla CC.

He said: “Scintilla is a cricket team of great repute and we are proud to associate our brand with such a prestigious outfit. We look forward to working closely with the club.”

Scintilla club captain Ahmed Choudhury added: “We are delighted to welcome Rob Dewan Syed and East End Logistics to our family and are excited at the prospect of what we can all achieve together.”

East End Logistics is a student friendly shipping, cargo, courier company that offers students exclusive service for their excess baggage, luggage, moving, relocating, and even sending documents. The company is situated close to major universities in London, including Queen Mary University of London, University of East London, London Metropolitan University, Newcastle University London, Anglia Ruskin University London, City University of London, University of Liverpool in London, and King’s College London.

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