CLAYTON, NC – The Clayton Bootleggers are proud to announce that they have partnered with Ruck Science to provide fitness and recovery supplements to the Club. Launched in 2015, Ruck Science is a Texas based fitness and lifestyle company that caters to rugby players. Founder Tim Howard plays for the Austin Blacks and understands the demands that the sport puts on the body as well as the needs of rugby clubs in general.
“Our vision is to create a brand that provides the world’s best Nutritional, Educational and Lifestyle products designed by the team at Ruck Science to help rugby players perform, recover and live better,” said Howard. “Our business model is designed to support the grassroots development of rugby.”
Clayton Rugby is a big promoter of wellness for their members and in the community making Ruck Science a good fit for the Club. As the Club begins to push their 1st XV in a more competitive direction, the health and fitness of their players will become more and more important.
“This partnership is a win/win for the Clayton Rugby Football Club,” said Club President Ted Hardy. “We have been actively looking at getting involved with a company that can help our players off the field with supplement needs. The health of our players is just as important to us as helping them develop on the pitch. On top of that, creating additional revenue streams for the Club is important to the future of the Clayton RFC.”
“Tim showed a lot of passion, not only for rugby, but for the Ruck Science products and we want to be involved with people like that.”
The Clayton RFC is actively looking to form strategic partnerships with both local businesses and rugby specific companies to improve the experience of their players and fans.
To order or learn more about Ruck Science, please follow this link or click on the Ruck Science banner on the front page of the Bootlegger’s website. If you place an order, please put Clayton RFC in the notes of the order form so that they can track it for our Club.
On the pitch, the Bootleggers have just begun practice after the Winter layoff. The men open up their Spring season on February 13th at the Camp Lejeune President’s Day Tournament.