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// Believe Line Up Unveiled

Warriors Staff

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The famous faces behind the ‘Believe in Wigan' line-up, which features ten of the borough's leading sports stars, were unveiled at a special event in the town centre on Thursday.

Having pledged their support to the campaign, Team GB's Gregg Warburton, Kyle Evans, Heather Frederiksen, Harry Coppell, Hayley Jones, Jenny Meadows, Wigan Athletic's Emmerson Boyce, Wigan Warriors' Sean O'Loughlin, Nottinghamshire County cricketer Steven Mullaney and Leigh Centurions' Martyn Ridyard will now front the ‘Believe' campaign, which re-launched earlier this month.

Banners featuring the sports stars were unveiled at the Grand Arcade shopping centre in Wigan with Emmerson Boyce, Sean O'Loughlin and Harry Coppell there to unveil the banner.

As part of the ‘Believe in Wigan' campaign, the stars will be taking ‘selfies' of themselves and encouraging residents to follow suit - sharing them at #believeselfie

Deputy leader of Wigan Council, Councillor David Molyneux, will also attend the launch. He said:

"Wigan has produced some of the world's greatest athletes and is home to some of the country's leading sports teams. We are very proud of that fact and want our residents to celebrate our sporting success by getting behind the ‘Believe in Wigan' campaign


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