Lightning Retain Prime Shine Backing For Third Season

The Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning are delighted to announce the extension of their sponsorship agreement with commercial and residential cleaning specialists Prime Shine, into a third consecutive season.  The company’s name and logo will be displayed on the side of the clock and scoreboard facing the busy Tag Taylor Bar at Lightning’s base, the Planet Ice MK Arena.

Having started his business originally offering just window cleaning, owner Steve Richardson soon expanded Prime Shine’s offering to include pressure washing, carpet, fascia and solar panel cleaning to name just a few – to commercial as well as their many residential customers.

Prime Shine’s clients benefit from the reassurance of knowing their cleaning requirements will be fulfilled regularly with location schedules published online regularly.  The busy lives of residential customers have been considered, with electronic bill payment functionality built into the company’s website.

The club’s Commercial Manager, Sarah Jane Smyth, said the club’s relationship with Prime Shine is also important in helping new players settle in to life with the club.  “Steve and his team are enthusiastic supporters of the Lightning and their help has extended to airport runs when new players arrive in the country, as well as post-tenancy residence cleaning when players leave their rental properties at the end of a season.  Not only that but Prime Shine regularly clean the plexiglass at Planet Ice, helping our supporters see every second of the action on the ice!”

Steve Richardson, owner of Prime Shine, commented: “To be able to see the Prime Shine name up there in such a highly visible position in the arena is amazing.  I’m just delighted to be able to help a local team playing in the top flight of their sport, to help them succeed – and I can’t wait to see what the rest of this season brings!”

Find out about Prime Shine’s wide range of services on their website – click here.

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