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ISLAND SPEEDWAY CONFIRM POLISH SPONSOR RUMOURS

trejdooThe team behind plans to bring speedway back to the Isle of Wight have this week confirmed a new international partner.

Rumours have been rife of possible international backing for Barry Bishop’s and Martin Widman’s plans, with the news having now been confirmed that Polish financial company Trejdoo.com will be joining Island Speedway as a team partner.

Confirming the news a delighted Barry Bishop said:

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Trejdoo.com is the largest and fastest growing financial platform in Europe providing solutions and services for both individual and business clients, is owned by Igoria Trade SA and is listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange, so we are very proud to be working with these guys.

“I attended the recent Warsaw GP with their CEO Wojciech Kulinski, his first visit to speedway, and despite the problems that event encountered on the night, he was taken with the thrilling nature and sheer excitement of our sport and afterwards we discussed how his organisation could link up with Island Speedway resulting in today’s  mutually beneficial announcement. All of us at Island Speedway know that this is a great opportunity to expand our Island family and we thank Trejdoo.com for joining our team”.

Wojciech Kulinski commented:

“We pride ourselves on service, flexibility and value and working with Island Speedway will enable us to expand our brand in the UK whilst adding support to the return of speedway to the Isle of Wight.

“With so many speedway fans travelling all over Europe now, our prepaid cards or online financial exchange platform is an ideal way to save money when making those trips. I have worked with Barry for many years and we at Trejdoo are only too pleased to be part of this project with him and Martin Widman. Now speedway has caught my eye and my first experience in Warsaw was amazing I am already following the GP series and look forward to watching more of them”.

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