Warriors launch series of Mini Festivals
Glasgow Warriors are introducing a series of Mini Festivals which will be held at Scotstoun with the first taking place this Sunday, less than 24 hours after the game against the Dragons.
The club’s Official Technology Partner, KubeNet, have created an exciting new initiative call KubeWarriors, where they will donate a percentage of revenue from referrals from the Warriors partnership to these Mini Festivals.
Primary 6 teams from 16 clubs will attend the first Mini Festival at Scotstoun on Sunday giving them an opportunity to show off their skills on the main pitch.
KubeNet Director Julie Inglis, said: “We are passionate about youth rugby and doing our part to help grow the sport.
“We are proud to be the Official Technology Partner of Glasgow Warriors.
“In working closely with the team at the Warriors we have developed a joint initiative called KubeWarriors and our aim is to help develop young talent across Scotland.
“The great news is that everyone can get involved and play their part, by simply introducing KubeNet’s services such as Business Telecoms, Mobiles or Connectivity to their workplace.
“KubeNet will deliver benefits to the business by delivering savings, improving on services and donating a percentage of revenue to these Mini Festivals at Scotstoun.”
For more information on KubeWarriors visit www.kubewarriors.net
Jonny Gray joined the Warriors as a Scottish Rugby Elite Development player in the summer of 2012 after a number of standout displays for Hamilton and Scotland under-20.