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Warrington Wolves Say Farewell to Chloe

Posted by Carl Bennett on 28th April 2016

Chloe Bennett  was a former employee of Trade Skills 4U until she left us to join the Rugby League World Cup marketing team almost 4 years ago. You will find on this blog numerous articles written by her and she was a crucial member of the Trade Skills 4U team for a number of years. For the last 2 ½ years she has worked as Marketing Head at Warrington Wolves  where she has dedicated herself to leading the amazing changes off the pitch under the administration of the more publicly known Roger Draper.

Many of you wouldn’t have heard of her, but she’s been integral to the recent impressive changes under tough and challenging conditions, especially entering the organisation as a young woman from London and has done her job with modesty, a smile and a big heart, as anyone who knows her will testify.

The Wigan game today will be her last home game as part of the Wolves family, after which she takes up her new role with none other than Manchester Utd Football Club.

She’ll be missed both personally and professionally, but hopefully all the things she has put into place, particularly the Membership Scheme and Fan & Community engagement initiatives will continue to improve and develop.

Rugby league’s loss is football’s gain but I’ve no doubt as a third generation Wolves supporter and of Rugby league, she will return to our game and with her knowledge and experience gained at the global company that is Man U, will ensure our great game will continue to be the ‘best sport in the world’.

Well Done Chloe X

 

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