News: Host a Cricketer at Work

Posted on 25th November 2015

Dear Sponsors of Sussex County Cricket Club,

We have a unique opportunity available from the PCA (Professional Cricketers Association) as a result of your sponsorship of Sussex CCC.

They are looking for a couple of businesses who are involved with us here at Sussex, to open their workplaces to some players for a day’s work experience. They are looking for a variety of industries to offer one day work placements to the players. They will need 3 or 4 companies to play host to groups of 4 people over a few weeks. Ideally they would like to begin these visits prior to Christmas as the players will be returning to duties early in the new year. Please see the attached flyer for more.

The aim of this project is to provide players with an idea of different roles in different industries, allowing players to develop and foster relationships with companies they might be interested in working for and finally to strengthen links between players and the Club’s supporters.

If you think your company might be interested in taking part, then please get in touch with Nick Denning of the PCA at NDenning@thepca.co.uk.

Kind regards,

Lisa

Lisa Hogan

Commercial Support Executive

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