Good morning rugby fans. My name is Tim Howard, I'm a life-long rugby player from Sydney who now resides in Austin, TX. In the next few minutes I'm going to try and explain what Ruck Science is and how it can help your rugby club excel and expand.
The team @RuckScience has been working for over a year now to create a range of products and resources that can help support rugby players. And at the same time, give something back to the clubs they play for. This month we had our official launch, with a line of nutritional supplements designed specifically for athletes who play rugby. In December, we'll be releasing our first clothing products, again with rugby players in mind. I'll provide an update on this in the coming weeks.
Before I start going into the weeds talking about what we can give to rugby players, let me explain how all this can benefit your rugby club specifically. Our commitment to you as club administrators is that we'll be donating 10% of every order placed on ruckscience.com to the rugby club of the customer's choice. That's every case of Whey protein, every training tool, every eBook etc. As you know, the way most sporting sponsorships work is that your sponsor would want to see a return on this investment. Unfortunately, this being amateur rugby, its very difficult to quantify that ROI.
As a club administrator myself, I understand this challenge which is why the sponsorship $$$ you receive from Ruck Science are completely obligation-free. If you want to tell your players about us, awesome. If you want to put our logo on your jersey, hey even better. But there are no requirements that you do anything. All we ask is that when we send you a cheque each month, you cash it and spend the money on improving the experience for your club members and supporters.
Finally, since most clubs, be they high-school, college, women's or seniors have a lot of players who are new to rugby, we've created some training videos on our YouTube channel. These videos let you watch top level rugby and at the same time, get clarification on refereeing decisions and coaching points.