Cardiff Half Marathon

UK’s leading luxury automotive retailer joins Cardiff University/Cardiff Half Marathon team for 2016

Run 4 Wales is delighted to announce Stratstone Jaguar Cardiff as the official vehicle supplier for the 2016 Cardiff University/Cardiff Half Marathon.

The initial one-year partnership will see Stratstone Jaguar Cardiff, who are part of the Stratstone group (the UK’s leading luxury automotive retailer), provide the all-important lead and timing vehicles for Sunday’s race.

With a fantastic new range of vehicles Jaguar now offer, the all new Jaguar F-Pace is the perfect vehicle to set the pace at this year’s event.

This year’s Cardiff University/Cardiff Half Marathon takes place on Sunday 2nd October, with 22,000 runners set to take to the streets of the Welsh capital.

Matt Newman, chief executive of Cardiff University/Cardiff Half Marathon organisers Run 4 Wales, commented:

“This is an exciting partnership between Wales’ biggest mass participation event and the UK’s leading luxury automotive retailer.

“The Cardiff University/Cardiff Half Marathon goes from strength-to-strength each year and this partnership is another step forward in the development of the event.

“Sunday’s race will see the strongest elite field ever assembled for the Cardiff University/Cardiff Half Marathon and the stunning Jaguar F-Pace is a fitting vehicle to lead out some of the best distance runners in the world.”

Since Stratstone was founded in 1921 we have been offering an unrivalled, personalised service to customers from a range of different automotive retailers across the UK.

The modern retail environments and successful teams continue to deliver these values today across a number of automotive manufacturer partners.

From the customer service and product range to the price guarantee, we offer unparalleled quality, in uniquely Stratstone style.

With this unrivalled service and a fantastic product range from the manufacturer Jaguar, Stratstone Jaguar Cardiff is the ideal place for any New, Used, Business or Service enquiry you may have.

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