Dragons Team Up With VX3 And Lovell

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12 June 2018

Welsh Region, Dragons have joined forces with VX3 and parent company Lovell Rugby to announce an exciting new long-term partnership. The sports apparel specialists who announced a contract with Worcester Warriors last week will become the region’s official kit supplier from the 2018/19 season for three years.

Under the new agreement VX3 will provide two new playing kits, training jerseys performance training and leisurewear for the new season for Dragons first team, the new Regional A side as well as the age grade and Dragons Women teams. Lovell Rugby who are global leaders in online rugby retail have also partnered with the Dragons as long-term training and leisurewear sponsor.

This agreement succeeds a joint arrangement with Gilbert and local retail specialist Rugby Heaven to provide kit and retail services to the Dragons. The club management will now be bringing the retail aspects of the business back in-house.

The new team kit designs will be revealed in August at a kit launch event for the community, to be attended by the Dragons playing squad, corporate partners, and supporters, who will be able to place their orders.

Dylan Petche, managing director of VX3 added “We’re delighted the Dragons will be the first Welsh region we have signed to work with. They share our values and ambition to grow their business and we’re committed to working together to drive the team forwards.

“With over 70 clubs in the region, both VX3 and Dragons are also keen to support

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