Health and wellbeing specialist, Mammoth, has strengthened their relationship with the Rugby Player’ Association (RPA) by signing an exclusive partnership to provide sleep and wellness advice, education and support to professional rugby players throughout England.
As well as continuing to be a Benefits Provider to the players, Mammoth will play a key role in providing education and welfare programmes for professional male and female players throughout the domestic and international game. Mammoth’s road to this exclusive deal began five years ago when a relationship was built with the RPA based on Mammoth’s expertise in the ‘science of comfort’. Since then, the two organisations have worked together to broker a partnership that will enable RPA members to learn about and benefit from the technologies and innovations used in Mammoth’s range of sleep-enhancing mattresses, as well as the ground-breaking upholstery ranges, and the stringent clinical testing that has gone into their development. As a direct result of the existing partnership with the RPA, there are around 250 active and retired rugby players currently sleeping on Mammoth mattresses. “At Mammoth, we are driven by success and our passion for educating the world about the importance of sleep and comfort,” explains
John Tuton, MD and founder of Mammoth. “Our ethos surrounding the ‘science of comfort’ and the technologies and innovations we’ve designed to be encompassed in our mattresses have been soundly tested by experts and have been proven to be massively successful. The team at Mammoth is very excited about this partnership with the RPA and we can’t wait to start working with the Association in April to educate its members about the role of sleep and all round comfort in performance, recovery and wellbeing.”
Damian Hopley, Group CEO of The Rugby Players’ Association, said “Supporting our members’ wellbeing is a fundamental role for the RPA, so we are extremely pleased to announce our Official Partnership with Mammoth. Sleep plays an important role in physical health and recovery and is something our members take very seriously as part of their overall performance. We are confident that this partnership with Mammoth will assist our members throughout their rugby careers.”
For more information on Mammoth please visit www.mammothcomfort.co.uk