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Team members at customer experience management company Webhelp UK’s Larbert site received a visit from the Falkirk FC squad this week, to mark the start of Webhelp’s sponsorship of the club.
Players from the Scottish Championship side popped in to share their motivational secrets with the Webhelp team, and even challenged those brave enough to take them on at keepy uppy.
Decked in the Bairns’ trademark blue and white scarves, the Webhelp team posed for photographs with players; Alex Cooper, Olu Durojaiye and Will Vaulks, to mark the beginning of Webhelp UK’s sponsorship of Falkirk FC’s home and away kits for the 2014/2015 season.
With close to 900 team members in Larbert, Webhelp UK is a significant employer in the Falkirk area and is keen to support the local community around its site, many of whom follow the club.
Part of the international Webhelp Group, Webhelp UK operates from ten sites across the UK to provide multi-channel customer experience solutions to a range of international brands across multiple sectors.
Kieran Koszary, Business Development Manager at Falkirk Football Club said:
“The team got a great reception from the people at Webhelp and thoroughly enjoyed the visit – some of them were even put through their paces!
“Webhelp has been a key provider of local jobs for more than ten years and Falkirk FC is very pleased to be working with them this season.”
Head of Recruitment at Webhelp UK, Allison Hill, commented on the visit. Allison said:
“Webhelp was very pleased to welcome Falkirk FC to our Larbert site. The visit created a real buzz among the teams and the atmosphere since has been fantastic.
“Falkirk FC is a club with an excellent history and one which means so much to the people of the Falkirk area. I know a lot of our employees and their families will be attending the club’s games throughout the season and we wish them all the very best.”
Image credit: falkirkfc.co.uk
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