Leading prestige motor retail centre, Williams Liverpool BMW has announced its third year of sponsorship for the forthcoming Liverpool Hope University International Tennis Tournament in June.
Recognised as one of the city’s major Summer events, Williams Liverpool BMW will provide luxury transport for the renowned tennis players taking part in the tournament, such as Iranian Mansour Bahrami, ensuring they arrive in comfort and style.
As an event partner, Williams Liverpool BMW will also showcase a number of their latest models at the tournament including the futuristic i3 and i8 electric cars.
Attendees will have the opportunity to preview the state-of-the-art vehicles from Thursday 18 June until the final on Sunday 21 June.
David McGoldrick, Head of Business at Williams Liverpool BMW, commented:
“We are thrilled to be sponsoring the Liverpool Hope University International Tennis Tournament for the third time. We are always keen to get involved with key sports events taking place in Liverpool and as a team we believe it is important to support sporting talent at all levels, from grassroots to professional standards.
“We look forward to welcoming the super-talented tennis professionals to the city and chauffeuring them to and from the tournament at Liverpool Cricket Club.”
The Liverpool Hope University International Tennis Tournament celebrates its 14th year in 2015. Since 2002 it has brought legends including John McEnroe, Marion Bartoli, David Ferrer and Greg Rusedski to the city.
Tournament Director Anders Borg said:
“It is great to have Williams Liverpool BMW on board for a third time and I know the players involved will be delighted to be driven around in such impressive cars.
“The event is set to be very popular with tickets already selling fast. The four day tournament will comprise the very best tennis stars and people are already very excited to see them in action.”
For more information on Williams Liverpool BMW, please visit: www.williamsliverpoolbmw.co.uk
2015 will be the second year that the tournament has been hosted by Liverpool Cricket Club.