Globally renowned technology-based security specialist, Safer Scotland is extending its support to local sporting heroes with new sponsorship initiatives that could take talented youngsters to the top of their game.
Safer Scotland finances MMA
It has pledged financial backing of up to £1000 to outstanding Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighter Reece McEwan, who has an amateur MMA record of seven wins and only one defeat and a professional Kickboxing record of two wins and no defeats. Reece is ranked 3rd out of 531 active UK/Ireland amateur bantamweights.
The 24-year-old from Greenock is recognized as having the talent, will and passion to reach the highest levels of his grueling sport and has an ultimate aim of turning professional and securing a contract with a large association such as UFC.
The Paisley-based company has already financially backed the young athletes of Greenock Boxing Club
CCTV security firm
The Paisley-based company has already financially backed the young athletes of Greenock Boxing Club when they hosted their counterparts from St Catherine’s Boxing Club in Ontario at the Lady Octavia Sports Center in Greenock.
Now it is time for the return bout and the champs of the future are heading to Canada last week (July 17), with backing from Safer Scotland for their away match gear so that they will always look their best in Ontario.
For Reece McEwan, Safer Scotland plans to provide block training sessions with Ju-Jitsu and MMA Coach Ian Gilmartin, whom Reece said, “will improve my knowledge immensely”.
Safer Scotland Director Ryan Clark stated, “It is a privilege to be able to help committed and dedicated young people who are working hard and training hard to achieve their personal sporting ambitions. I first encountered Reece at the Inverclyde Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Club, where I started training. He was taking a children’s class and was well-spoken, polite and humble. He didn’t fit the fight image at all."
Safer Scotland has created a niche in a competitive business environment
"He is a business graduate from Glasgow Caledonian University and is extremely highly thought of in the sport. He is practical, and wants to take time to gain experience, rather than rushing into contests. I think he has the ability and personality to get to the very top. We come from the same area of Inverclyde and it is great to see, and to be able to back, someone with such a passion for his sport.”
High value assets security
Safer Scotland has created a niche in a competitive business environment by its emphasis on reliable technology which allows corporate clients to secure high value assets in remote or temporary locations. It is expanding this year into the North of England.
The company also provides security guards, event security, door supervisors, key holding and other security services.