It was a busy day for Leicester Tigers staff on Wednesday as they represented the club on appearances around the city.
Scott Clarke, Tigers head of community and global partnerships, was a guest on BBC Radio Leicester’s Rugby Hour.
Mr Clarke joined host Martin Ballard to discuss the latest news from Welford Road and Oval Park, and to talk about the club’s growing international relationships.
He said: “It’s always good to visit our friends at BBC Radio Leicester and to spread the word about the great work we are doing at Leicester Tigers.
“The demand and focus for the game of rugby is growing across the world every year, as is the interest in Tigers.
“We are fortunate to have developed some exciting relationships across Europe, Asia and the United States and we are working hard to maximise those opportunities to grow the game and Tigers’ impact.”
Leena Saller, Tigers’ conference and events sales executive, meanwhile, visited the Leicester studios of Sabras Radio, the Midlands biggest Asian radio station.
Miss Saller was a guest on the Drivetime programme with Raj Baddhan, during which she talked about the conference and events facilities at Welford Road, with an emphasis on Asian celebrations.
"The demand and focus for the game of rugby is growing across the world every year, as is the interest in Tigers."Tigers head of community and global partnerships Scott Clarke
Elsewhere, Andy Mann, Tigers press officer, was invited by the BBC Academy, which provides training for the media industry, and The Space, which helps artists and organisations reach new audiences using digital technology, to speak at an event in Leicester.
Held at the Phoenix, Leicester’s centre for independent film, art and digital culture, Mr Mann talked to a room of people who are involved the arts about how the club uses social media to engage with the Tigers Family.
Mr Mann said: “Social media and the way we use it at Tigers is constantly evolving so it was good to speak to people involved in a different sector about how we use various platforms and to get a feel for what they do.”