Local Gold Coast company partner with the SUNS
The Gold Coast Suns are pleased to confirm that Austworld Pty Ltd has signed with the club as a major support partner.
The two-year deal will see Austworld branding featured on the shorts of the team’s match day and training apparel, as well as the club’s media polo and media backdrop.
Austworld provide industry best practice service and products to enable their clients in the plumbing and building industries to achieve their goals.
In aiming to become the leading manufacturer and supplier of wholesale plumbing supplies, Austworld’s service network includes distribution centres in Melbourne, Gold Coast, Adelaide, Sydney, Perth & Shanghai to service the needs of trades in Australia, Asia, Europe and the Middle East.
Suns Chief Executive, Andrew Travis, said it was great to have a locally based Gold Coast company increase their support of the club.
“We are thrilled to have partnered with Austworld, at a time when they are looking to continue to expand their business locally, nationally and internationally.”
“Sam Raso and the team at Austworld have been supporters of the club since our inception, and it’s fantastic that their support continues to grow and advance in the coming years.”
“This announcement comes at a great time for the football club. With multiple recent player re-signings, the move into our new elite Training & Administration base and new partners keen to support the club, there is plenty of positive momentum heading in to the 2017 season,” Mr. Travis said.
Austworld’s Director, Sam Raso, said the company was excited about their partnership, the opportunities it offered for their business, and he was intent on ensuring the partnership helped to drive success for both parties.
“Austworld is excited to be increasing our partnership with the Gold Coast Suns.
“As a Gold Coast based business with employees across the world we are pleased to be in a position to support the regions AFL team and we look forward to strengthening our partnership with the Suns into the future,” Mr. Raso said.