We're Right on Cue with Sponsorship Deal for Jordan Brown


We're Right on Cue with Sponsorship Deal for Jordan Brown

The Country Garage Ballymena arrived right on cue to support Jordan Brown as he continues to show his skills on the professional snooker circuit. Jordan Brown is a professional snooker player who was born and raised in Antrim and he is currently number two in Northern Ireland behind Mark Allen the world number eight, who is not only his training partner but also one his best friends.

This is Jordan's third year as a professional and prior to this he was the number one amateur champion in Northern Ireland for 4 years running within a league of 150 other players.

Earlier this year he realised a life time dream and qualified for the 2020 World Championship at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield - the pinnacle event of World snooker.

This experience has given Jordan a new found confidence and belief that he can compete at this level and can progress his snooker career even further.

James Walker, Head of Business at The Country Garage, who have agreed to sponsor Jordan commented:

“We are very proud to be supporting Jordan as he sets off in his challenge to rise up the professional snooker rankings this year. It is very important to us here at The Country Garage, as we wish to support individuals and businesses who have supported us over the years. We wish Jordan every success as he competes in various tournaments throughout the year. I'll be watching with interest to cheer him on - hopefully to a series of victories and a rise up the world rankings" 

Jordan commented :

'Sponsorship is vital for any professional sport and I am pleased and excited to welcome The Country Garage Ballymena who have given me valued sponsorship for the remainder of the season. It is reassuring to know that not only do I have the backing of my family , friends and fans, but now the support of one of Northern Ireland's most reputable and prestigious BMW dealerships. It is my aim to get into the top 32 players in the world over the next 3 years and now with this backing I believe it is possible".