Opus Energy offers the chance to win a training session with local Olympic hopeful
Opus Energy, the UKs largest independent business energy supplier, is giving young gymnasts in Northamptonshire the opportunity to win four tickets to the European Gymnastic Championships, and a training session with Olympic hopeful Daniel Keatings.
Senior coach of Kettering Olympic Gymnastics Club, Marie Mitchell, said:
“We are delighted that Opus Energy has created a fantastic opportunity that will inspire young gymnasts to excel in the sport. The club is thrilled at the prospect of having local hero Daniel run a training session. Who knows, one of the competition winners may one day emulate Daniel and be in with a chance of Olympic success.”
Daniel is showing huge potential for the 2012 Olympics having already won Britain’s first ever medal at the men’s All Around event at the 2009 World Championships. Having trained hard in Mexico for the European Championships, Daniel is hopeful for this year’s competition, commenting: “Hopefully we will get on the podium for the first time as a team at the major championships.”
Opus Energy has supported many local initiatives including a pledge to raise £10,000 for the Friends of Cynthia Spencer Hospice.
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About Opus Energy
Opus Energy is a leading independent supplier of electricity to UK businesses. With offices in Northampton and Oxford, Opus Energy employs over 230 people.
Opus Energy supplies over 50,000 UK business sites across all sectors. Large customers include: Stagecoach, Thorntons, Farmfoods, FirstGroup, and John Lewis.
Opus Energy’s management team has a 50 per cent stake in the business, while International Power Plc (LSE:IPR.L) holds 30 per cent and Telecom Plus Plc (LSE: TEP.L ) has 20 per cent.
For further information about Opus Energy, please see www.opusenergy.com