Introducing Our Brand Ambassadors
Ospreys fly-half Dan Biggar is the latest Welsh international rugby player to join Powys Petroleum as a brand ambassador.
The Swansea-born player, who made his Welsh debut at the age of 19 against Canada in 2008, joins Wales' current kicking coach Neil Jenkins and Welsh International players Ken Owens, Dan Lydiate, Rhys Priestland, Ryan Jones, Jonathan Davies and former Welsh International Dafydd Jones to support the independent oil distribution company.
As the oil brand for Wales, Powys Petroleum has a strong affiliation with Welsh rugby sponsoring the Scarlets, Newport Gwent Dragons, Ospreys and Cardiff Blues teams, as well as supplying some of the country's leading players.
Colin Owens, managing director of Powys Petroleum, said: "We are a proud Welsh company and are delighted to be able to support Welsh rugby. Our slogan is 'working with the community, for the community' and having brand ambassadors on board like Dan is a great way to thank our loyal customers. Dan's commitment and passion for Welsh rugby is exactly the same ethos we have at Powys Petroleum so we know he will be a great addition to the team. We're looking forward to taking him to our future Powys Petroleum events in local communities."
Dan added: "Powys Petroleum has experienced impressive growth since it launched in 2011. It has the Welsh community at its heart and it's a great family, friendly company to be involved in. It's clear from the events Powys Petroleum has run that its brand ambassadors are well received in the local community. I'm looking forward to being a part of the company as it continues its expansion plans in the future.
Jonathan Davies, Rhys Priestland, Ryan Jones, Ken Owens, Dafydd Jones and Welsh kicking coach, Neil Jenkins are all current Powys Petroleum ambassadors
Wales and Llanelli Scarlets hooker, Ken Owens, said: "It's always a good experience getting out and about in the local community and meeting our fans. Powys Petroleum is a great company to be involved with, as, like us, Colin and the team are just as passionate about Wales and supporting the local community."