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Allen continue support of the Supernova Nationals

by Chris Hawley 9 Apr 2018 06:49 BST 6-8 July 2018
2016 Supernova Nationals at Llandudno © Richard Craig / www.sailpics.co.uk

The Supernova Class Association and Allen Brothers are pleased to announced that Allen will be continuing its support of the Supernova Class by sponsoring the 2018 National Championship in Plas Heli, Pwllheli on 6 to 8 July.

The Supernova Nationals continues to be an exceptionally popular event with 120 competitors in 2017 and 100+ in 2016. At the time of writing 109 boats are already pre-entered for the 2018 event. Entries continues to be half price for some members, and can be made via the Supernova website: www.supernovadinghy.org/nationals-2018

Liz Adams, Managing director of Allen Brothers said "Allen is delighted to announce its continuing support of the Supernova Class this year. Following on from two successful Allen supported National Championships, which showcased the strength of the 22 year old class, Allen will again be providing plenty of vouchers as prizes."

Supernova Class Chairman, Chris Hawley, said "It is fantastic to have Allen Brothers on board again this year, who will be providing some great prizes in the form of vouchers. To have a company the size and stature of Allen Brothers actively approaching the Supernova Class to provide sponsorship is just amazing and is a real testament to the quality and strength of the Supernova Class."

Allen Brothers manufactures performance sailing equipment from its headquarters in Essex, UK which it exports around the world. The company has a 60 year heritage and has a reputation for innovation by incorporating feedback and development from its sponsored sailors into its products.

For more info on Allen brothers visit www.allenbrothers.co.uk or www.facebook.com/AllenBrothersSailing

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