Alphabet supplies 90 Minis to RFU
14 December 2015
Author: Daniel Puddicombe
Leasing company Alphabet has provided the Rugby Football Union with 90 Mini Countryman models.
The vehicles will be used by community rugby coaches across the UK.
The vehicles have replaced previous Mini Countryman models on a three-year contract and each Mini is branded with the union's logo.
The RFU partnered with Alphabet in 2012 , and makes use of the firm's car-sharing scheme, AlphaCity, as well as the contract-hire vehicles.
"Our relationship with Alphabet has gone from strength to strength, and the range of products we have in place suits our needs perfectly. The smooth handover of the RFU branded Minis is a great example of how Alphabet goes above and beyond to support us," said Alisha Bird, fleet co-ordinator at RFU.