Reanne Evans MBE joins ROKiT

Current Women’s World Snooker Champion, and World Number 1, Reanne Evans is the latest sports star to join us as a Brand Champion.

Reanne, who was awarded an MBE in last year’s honours list, will proudly represent our company a full-time professional player where she will now regularly compete with fellow ROKiT Brand Champions Ronnie O’Sullivan and Jimmy White. As well as the professional tour she will continue to play in, and support, the Women’s World Snooker Tour where she will aim to add to her 12 World Titles.

Jonathan Kendrick said “Although ROKiT is a global company and I am largely based in California I am still a Black Country lad at heart having been born and grown up in the area. My Father once owned the Dudley Hippodrome. ROKIT has a reputation of supporting Women in Sport. That means having the opportunity to champion and support Dudley’s only ever World Snooker Champion is fantastic for me personally and my company. Reanne is a winner, a 12 times World Champion, the world number 1, we like to align ourselves with winners and the deal also fits perfectly with our recent brand champion deal with Ronnie O’Sullivan. Both Ronnie, Jimmy White and Reanne will carry the ROKiT name and brand globally on the World Snooker Tour”

Dudley’s Reanne Evans joins as our latest Brand Champion.

Reanne said “ROKiT have sponsored me in the past in some events and its great how they have supported the Seniors Tour. Teaming up with Ronnie as another Brand Champion for them gives me the stability to concentrate fully this season on playing and promoting Women in Sport- something Jonathan and his team have done with their other sponsorships. I just hope they let me get in a W Series Car and a drive with Nic Hamilton both of whom also work with ROKiT!

in 2019 Reanne was asked by the Duke of Edinburgh to address and inspire his Award candidates. Here she is at the Palace with Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex.
Reanne with Ronnie and Andy Goldstein working for EUROSPORT
And of course with her choice of phone, a quick selfie with the Women’s World Championship trophy.