PCE signs up as support team to the tomahawk tour

Premier Communications Electronics (PCE) has signed up to sponsor The Tomahawk Tour.

This event began on Wednesday, September 3, with 10 volunteers cycling almost 300 miles around the borders of Devon to raise money for Exeter Youth Rugby and the Exeter Foundation.

The cyclists will be joined on the last leg on September 6 by other riders who are partaking in a family bike ride from Exmouth to Exeter Youth Rugby’s new ground at Oil Mill Lane. In addition to financial sponsorship, two-way radio specialists PCE is also providing and driving the support vehicles required for the event.

Karen Langley, PCE’s CEO, said: “We have long been a support of Exeter Chiefs and see this as an extension of that commitment by hopefully helping to nurture new young talent through the club’s youth section.

“We have also been an Exeter business for nearly four decades and are more than pleased to support the civics aims of the Exeter Foundation. We wish the cyclists all the best for their ride in September.”

Adrian Williams, event organiser, for the Tomahawk Tour, said: “We are grateful to PCE for their early show of support. We are aiming to raise £10,000 from this event and PCE’s contribution and offer of a support team will no doubt help us reach that target.”