New team sponsors for the Rebels

Somerset Rebels announce a new team sponsor, with Cases Ltd taking over from Dickies.

NEXT season will not only see a somewhat re-vamped Somerset Rebels septet take to the track, but they will do so with a new team sponsor as local Highbridge-based company Cases Ltd take over from Dickies.

Dickies, who have been the Rebels team sponsors for the past two seasons, have other business ventures taking precedent means they will no longer be able to continue.

As one door shuts, so another one opens and the Rebels are delighted to welcome on board their new team sponsors, Cases Ltd, who are located just a stone’s throw away from the Oaktree Arena.

“We are delighted to be the Rebels new team sponsors,” said Sean Campbell and Rob Nigh, the directors of Cases Ltd. “To have the company associated with a motorsports team that is participating in a nationwide and well established league will be good for ourselves as I am sure it will be for the Rebels.”


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“Sponsoring the Rebels dovetails nicely with the fact that we have recently established our own car racing team which is headed by Ian Burns, whose son William competes in the Ginetta Challenge Racing Championship in the UK.”

“We are, however, delighted to welcome Cases on board as our new team sponsors, and have agreed a two year deal with the company. With the new sponsorship in place, the club will be known as the Cases Somerset Rebels.”

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The final rider has been added to the Cases Somerset Rebels line-up for the 2012 season, the septet being completed with the signing of the 2007 Premier League riders’ champion, James Wright.

Wright ended the 2011 season in Somerset colours having joined the side at the end of August as replacement for Travis McGowan and became an instant hit with Rebels’ fans with a stunning performance in his debut for the club, scoring a paid 14.

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