Caged Steel join Sheffield Chamber as premium partners

28th March 2019

Caged Steel, the UK's second largest Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) promotion, and leading pioneer brand of MMA in the UK is the latest business to join Sheffield Chamber of Commerce as a premium partner.

Dominic Gibbs the CEO of Caged Steel, joined Steve Manley Chamber President to receive a presentation plaque to celebrate their membership. Dominic said, -We maybe an MMA organisation, but we are first and foremost a business. Joining the Sheffield Chamber of commerce, just at the time we are due to promote our biggest ever show at Sheffield 'Fly DSA' arena, is very exciting. We look forward to being involved with the Chamber and the many members that already benefit from membership. Steve Manley said, -We're delighted to have Caged Steel on board as a Premium Partners. This champions the diversity of Sheffield Chamber Membership and the services we offer. As an avid kick boxer myself, I look forward to attending their event on the 13th July 2019 For more information please visit Caged Steel's website here:

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