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HENRI-LLOYD ANNOUNCED AS REGATTA CLOTHING PARTNER FOR COWES CLASSICS WEEK

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The Royal London Yacht Club, organisers of Cowes Classics Week, has announced a partnership with new sponsors Henri-Lloyd, who are joining the regatta as Regatta Clothing Partner and Crew Kit of Cowes as Clothing Branding Partner.

Together Henri-Lloyd and Crew Kit have created a stunning Regatta Collection for competitors and supporters – full details on the regatta website. Henri-Lloyd will also be sponsoring a trophy plus donating a prize of an M-Course jacket for the winner.

Cowes Classics Week is set to take place from Saturday 25th to Friday 31st July, with racing from Monday 27th July onwards.

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Ross Partridge, Performance Sales Partner at Henri-Lloyd said:

“Henri-Lloyd are delighted to be partnering with Cowes Classics Week, it is a staple in the regatta calendar and we are excited to be able to offer the official merchandise to the competing sailors, spectators and visitors to Cowes. We wish all the teams the very best luck out on the water.  

A new decade sees a new start for Henri-Lloyd, back with our latest line of innovative sailing clothing, pushing the boundaries to create highly technical pieces that will suit on and off the water activities. Building on our rich heritage of pioneering spirit, the new collection celebrates functionality, minimalism & authenticity”.

Regatta Chairman, David Gower comments:

“Cowes Classics Week is excited to welcome back as Clothing Partner Henri-Lloyd, the marine performance clothing brand. The regatta requires almost 100 volunteers to run successfully and with each one sporting kit provided by Henri-Lloyd they will be comfortable and clearly identifiable.

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“We are looking forward to working with Henri-Lloyd and Crew Kit to deliver a stylish and practical range of clothing for competitors and supporters of the 2020 regatta.”

 

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So it’s still going ahead then??????

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Forget it this year for goodness sake!!!!

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So how is this going to happen in the current climate?There is no way that large numbers of people will be allowed to travel across to watch/participate and how will the social distancing be carried out? Think this is just a pipe dream at the current time.

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