Metro Supply Chain partners with the Arrows to support Canadian sport and local communities

Metro Supply Chain Inc., a leading provider of end-to-end supply chain solutions, is pleased to announce that it has entered into a partnership with the Toronto Arrows Rugby Football Club effective immediately to support the growth of sport in Canada and give back to local communities.

“I’m delighted Metro Supply Chain is able to partner with a successful sports team that aligns with our mission of supporting the local communities in which we operate. We are also excited to learn and contribute to the development of talent in both organizations,” said Chris Fenton, Metro Supply Chain’s President and CEO. “I have personally benefited from playing, supporting and assisting with community rugby coaching and know how important sport is to engaging communities.”

The Metro Supply Chain logo will appear on all Arrows match kits worn during the 2023 Major League Rugby season. As the Toronto Arrows Community Impact Sponsor, Metro Supply Chain will work with the Arrows to build fun opportunities for rugby fans to engage with the sport.

“The Arrows are very excited to partner with Metro Supply Chain in 2023,” said Rahul Srinivasan, Toronto Arrows’ Chief Commercial Officer. “I have been fortunate to learn more about Metro Supply Chain’s priorities of supporting community engagement through Canadian sport. Its culture and values align very closely with the vision and priorities of the Arrows, and the sport of rugby. We look forward to continuing to build our relationship with Metro Supply Chain, get its employees excited about rugby and continue to work together to help organizations in need.”

The Arrows kick off their fifth campaign in North America’s top-flight professional rugby league with a road match in Atlanta, Georgia, on February 17. The first home game of the season will be at York University on April 8 against the newly rebranded Rugby New York Ironworkers who are looking to defend their crown as Major League Rugby champions.