This Week’s Top NRL Trading Partnerships: Sea Eagles, Storm, and More – Department of Sports

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s the NRL is past mid-season, here are some commercial sponsorships you might have missed this week.

The Manly Warringah Sea Eagles have announced senior partner 4 Pines Brewing Company as the new naming partner for their home stadium in Brookvale.

Brookvale Oval will now be known as 4 Pines Park until at least the end of the 2024 season, with construction ongoing to expand the stadium.

Stephen Humphreys, CEO of Sea Eagles, is pleased to be working with an existing partner working together in 4 Pines.

« Working with the 4 Pines team is great fun and together we will now take this great partnership to the next level, » said Humphreys.

« Apart from all the positive things Branding, we look forward to providing our members, corporate partners and the entire Northern Beaches community with an improved fan experience at 4 Pines Park, ”he said.

Todd Atkinson, Chief Operating Officer of 4 Pines, said 4 Pines shared a passion for welcoming the community that was founded in Manly in 2008.

« We’re going to double down to one of the great community grounds making a positive impact on the community in-game, « said Atkinson.

In other news, Melbourne Storm announced a new partnership with financial platform Openpay, which is signing up for the 2021 season.

About the partnership Storm CEO Justin Rodski said, « [We are] fortunate to have such great support and connections with the Victorian community, so we are delighted to have another partner, who was born and raised here in Melbourne, be part of the Storm Family will. « .

 » In the partnership with Openpay we see great potential and benefits for our commercial partners, members and fans and hope that this partnership will grow in the coming years « , he said.

Dion Appel, CCO of Openpay, believes the partnership will help the organization support their commitment from the professional level to recreational sports.

« We’re passionate about helping Aussies die. » Enabling participation in sports, be it to help people distribute the cost of buying merch at a game, getting sports equipment to train with friends and family, or signing up for a local sports club, we enable important purchases in their lives, ”said Appel.

Elsewhere, the St George Illawarra Dragons have announced a new two-year partnership with transport company 13cabs.

Penrith Panthers also has its large partnership with utility Instyle Solar through the end of 2023 extended.

The NRL Telstra Women’s Premiership (NRLW) has announced that the competition will be expanded to six teams in 2021

Earlier this week, the US eSports organi on Team SoloMid (TSM) signs record breaking deal with cryptocurrency trading platform

Following the recent announcement of the new Shona Joy scholarship, Women’s Sport Australia (WSA) President Gen Simmons spoke to

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