Approved Garages becomes a sponsor of Premier League darts


Approved-Garages-darts-logo-purple-01Groupauto’s garage scheme has scored a bullseye as it becomes an official partner of the Betway Premier League Darts 2015.

Approved Garages will join current partners ITV, Sky and Thomas Cook in sponsoring one of the UK sport’s fastest growing competitions, with Network Manager Phil Seymour adding that the events national coverage is what proved attractive to the garage network in the first place.

“We’re really proud to be associated with Betway Premier League Darts 2015,” added Seymour. “It’s a great competition featuring many of the world’s top players and darts is a sport that gets more popular every year. We know it’s something many of our garage members and customers are excited about, so it’s a great fit for us.”

“This is an exciting announcement for us because it reinforces our commitment to top class sport. There’s nothing like a night at the darts and we’re delighted to be able to give some of our lucky customers a chance to experience it.”

Dart fans will be able to win tickets courtesy of the garage network through the media and via Twitter, as well as featuring news, interviews and player profiles on its website.

Approved-Garages_Betway-Premier-League-DartsThe Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) Betway Premier League throws off in Leeds on February 5, and reaches its thrilling finale at the O2 arena in London on May 21, with 16 events scheduled throughout the year.

Barry Hearn, Chairman of the PDC, said: “We are delighted to welcome Approved Garages into our darts family and we’re sure they’ll enjoy and benefit from their partnership with the Betway Premier League Darts.”

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