New Scar­lets app launched to help clubs and busi­nesses

Llanelli Star - - NEWS -

A NEW app aim­ing to help clubs and busi­nesses in the Scar­lets re­gion com­mu­ni­cate, gen­er­ate busi­ness and earn dis­counts and com­mis­sion has been launched.

Part of the Scar­lets ‘Three Coun­ties Three Years’ strat­egy, the free app - known as MiClub - has been launched as the first phase of the strat­egy in Ceredi­gion comes to an end.

Speak­ing on the ben­e­fits of MiClub and its role in the Three Years Three Coun­ties strat­egy, Nathan Brew head of com­mer­cial, said: “An in­te­gral part of our Three Coun­ties Three Years strat­egy is to en­cour­age rugby lovers and play­ers to en­gage with their lo­cal com­mu­ni­ties in mul­ti­ple ways.

“The aim of MiClub is to sup­port this en­gage­ment by cre­at­ing one plat­form where peo­ple can connect and pro­mote events, share re­sources and gen­er­ate spon­sor­ship with fur­ther ex­po­sure. The app not only al­lows clubs and its mem­bers to com­mu­ni­cate quickly and directly with one an­other, but also en­cour­ages com­mer­cial de­vel­op­ment with lo­cal busi­nesses.”

Avail­able on Android and iOS, MiClub pro­vides in­di­vid­ual clubs the op­por­tu­nity to reg­u­larly en­gage with play­ers and mem­bers to or­gan­ise and pro­mote club events.

Pic­ture: Ian Wil­liams/ Riley Sports Pho­tog­ra­phy

Jake Ball and Josh McCleod at Cardi­gan Cas­tle with Ei­fion Evans of Ceredi­gion Coun­cil to mark the app launch.

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