Published On: Sun, Feb 16th, 2014 on 10:15 am

Inspirational Woman of the Year is now the Bull’s ambassador

Kate Hardcastle

Kate Hardcastle

Kate Hardcastle, an award-winning businesswoman and a sporting champion, has stepped up to become Bradford Bull’s new ambassador.

Wanting to continue her support for the club, she has agreed to become an official Bulls ambassador which will see her represent the club worldwide.

The life-long Bulls supporter said: “My association with the club is out of a mark of respect to my father and grandparents who have been a part of the ‘Odsal’ legacy for over 60 years.

“My voluntary efforts – just like the many other volunteers at the Bradford Bulls – are part of a combined effort to continue the club’s development.”

Ms Hardcastle has been involved with the club as a Non-Executive Director for the past 12 months, which saw her introduce a host of new businesses to the club, as well as extending networks into new markets.

She added: “The more that we fans can stay positive and promote a healthy involvement with the club, the more likely brands and business partners will be inclined to get involved.

“This work is part of my pledge to ensure that all of my spare time and abilities are invested into the community in which I live and love.”

Ms Hardcastle was pivotal in staging events at The Provident Stadium, including the club’s first-ever fashion show as well as a ‘Wear Red’ match event against Hull FC last season.

Congratulating her on her new role, Bradford Chief Executive Robbie Hunter-Paul said: “We are delighted to have Kate back on board as part of our team once again. I am extremely grateful for her ongoing support and look forward to working with her throughout the course of the season.”

About the Author

Hasan Faridi

- Hasan is the founder and editor-in chief of the Yorkshire Standard. A BA Hons graduate from the University of Huddersfield, he has over four years of experience in newspapers, magazines and radio.

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