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Tennis Scotland has partnered with insurance brokers Howden to support Scottish clubs in building a complete insurance solution, backed by Hiscox.
The new partnership is expected to be for an initial three year period and adds to the growing number of partners Tennis Scotland is working with.
Howden has designed new property and contents insurance products specifically for tennis clubs. Clubs across Scotland will be able to get a quote and purchase their policy online, all in under five minutes.
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Blane Dodds, Tennis Scotland Chief Executive, said: “Howden is a world-leading insurance broker and we believe their services, products and expertise will be hugely beneficial to tennis clubs in Scotland.
“We’re delighted to welcome an international brand like Howden to our family of partners and we’re confident clubs all over the country will make great use of their complete insurance solutions.”
Andy Goulbourne, Howden Amateur Sports Divisional Director, said: “We’ve had a relationship with Tennis Scotland for some time now and feel we are ready to announce our partnership.
“We are a specialist sports broker and can now couple that with a new, market-leading product and online experience to deliver the best proposition to support Scottish tennis clubs.”
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