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Gartmore to sponsor Barbarians

Gartmore is sponsoring the world famous rugby club the Barbarians for an initial two-year period.

The deal will see Gartmore&#39s logo appear on the Ba Ba&#39s traditional black and white hooped jerseys as well as a new range of club merchandise.

Gartmore chief Executive Glyn Jones says: “Our key values are closely aligned – both brands stand for heritage, trust and loyalty. In addition both organisations have an absolute focus on striving to deliver top performance and aim to have teams that represent the best of the best in their respective fields.”

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