ICSF WORLDS: Assa Abloy & Yale sponsor World Junior and Womens final

Assa Abloy and Yale will sponsor the ICSF World Junior and Womens Finals on Sunday 9th August.

The official launch was held at Wednesfield Aces track this week with the unveiling of the “securing the World Cycle Speedway Finals” sponsorship banner by some of Wednesfield Elite League riders, all hoping to appear in the world finals including Great Britain’s Lee Aris and one of Australia’s top riders Bobby McMillan.

Assa Abloy is the largest global manufacturer and supplier of intelligent lock and security solutions. One in every 10 locks and security installations worldwide uses an Assa Abloy product and employs over 44,000 people.

Yale “the world’s favourite lock” has its headquarters in Willenhall close to the Aces track and has been a supporter of Wednesfield Aces, 33/18 News and Cycle Speedway since the Aces clubhouse fire in 2013, where Yale installed new security systems and was also the sponsor of the 2014 British Under 13 club championship staged at Ashmore Park.

Nigel Fisher Managing Director of Yale spoke at the official launch “With Assa Abloy and Yale group companies located worldwide including Australia, Poland, Italy, Great Britain, USA, China and Scandinavia we are extremely excited to sponsor two of the world finals and on a great stage to promote the Yale and Assa Abloy brand , Wednesfield Aces is a great example of a community club and are  very well supported by our employees who are proud of the achievements Wednesfield Aces have had over the past 50 years.

Yale are actively promoting the world cycle speedway finals, through their supporting the community programme and are looking forward to seeing the best riders in the world competing at the Wednesfield club.”