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Aspen Manor Motel Sponsors Katie Schofield

Aspen Manor Motel Sponsors Katie Schofield

In an exciting announcement Hamilton East Aspen Manor Motel has become a sponsor of one of New Zealand’s top female cyclists, Katie Schofield.

Cambridge-based Katie Schofield is striving towards success at the highest echelon of international cycling and the sponsorship will assist with her goal of competing in this year’s World Cup.

“I am traveling with the New Zealand sprint team to the United States for 10 weeks to get in a very big block of training and racing. It is an important time of year for me as I need to get qualification points to be eligible to race in the World Cup later this year,” says Katie.

“I am very thankful to Simon and Lornae at Aspen Manor Motel for helping me towards achieving my goals. Their sponsorship helps me to be one step closer towards my goal of competing at the World Cup,” says Katie.

“We are very excited to be supporting this very talented athlete. We look forward to watching her compete and work towards her goals in sport,” says Lornae Lowe, who owns Aspen Manor Motel in partnership with her husband, Simon Lowe.

The connection between Aspen Manor Motel and Katie Schofield was facilitated by Hamilton-based Social Media and PR specialists MediaPA. “I am also grateful for MediaPA for connecting me with Aspen Manor Motel,” adds Katie. Social Giving is all a part of Media PA philosophy of giving back to the community.

“The linking between Aspen Manor Motel and Katie Schofield is a perfect example of how MediaPA’s social giving initiative can be mutually beneficial for both the sponsor and the recipient,” says MediaPA’s CEO Phillip Quay.

Katie’s Racing Schedule is:
June:
5th - US Sprint GP (UCI 1)
12th - Fastest Man on Wheels (UCI 1)
16th - Champions of Sprint (UCI 3)
19-20th Festival of Speed (UCI 1)

August
7th - Record attempts (potentially she will be in Team Sprint comp)
14th - Champions of Sprint (UCI 1/2)

ENDS

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