Tarleys Trust Property Group has completed a buy out of an established building company complete with building teams in order to consolidate their building division into a more efficient team enabling better pricing structures as compared to their competitors.
Clients have everything to gain by making use of their services as the process from planning to completion has been streamlined and can now be handled by one team capable of turning dreams into reality without exorbitant costs being incurred in the process.
This is the second consolidation in recent months and illustrates the lengths to which the team at Tarleys Trust Property Group is going to ensure and maintain their status as property service industry leaders says Managing Director Bradley Berman.
Tarleys has established many partnerships throughout the industry to ensure clients peace of mind as all their Property Management, Property Development and Property Maintenance needs can be effectively dealt with under one roof.
Tarleys Trust Property Group has built up a reputation based on honesty and integrity with some high profile clients already making use of their expanded service range while continuing to raise the benchmark with excellent service and personalised client attention at all times.
Tarleys Trust Property Group is proud to announce a strategic sponsorship deal with Rygersdal AFC.
The sponsorship deal, which will last until the end of the season before being re-evaluated, includes a branded squad kit and naming rights to the amateur club’s social senior team.
The Social Boys, competing in the Cape Town Tygerberg District’s fifth division, began playing for the club last season and the team comprises of talent from all over the city including a couple of players from Nelspruit and other parts of South Africa.
“Last year we had a decent season and a very good team spirit,” explained the team’s player-coach Grant James. “We just lacked that bit of quality and depth in our squad to challenge for the league and ended up finishing mid table.
“This season, myself and Justin Asher [Team Manager] have spread the responsibility a bit more, and along with Craig von Wielligh, Ajax Cape Town’s conditioning coach, we have good brains I can trust and bounce ideas off.
“With a couple of very good technical players joining the ranks, and a healthy squad of 21 players, we will be pushing for the league title this season.
“Unlike a lot of sides in this league, we like to play a short passing game with a lot of interchanging of positions and fluidity. Now our attractive football can merge with a big-name sponsor like Tarleys.”
The sponsorship covers the team’s match day kit for the season and will see the side donning a brand new Umbro scarlet and white stripe. Read More