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AusCycling, AAT Kings Announce New Sponsorship

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AusCycling, AAT Kings Announce New Sponsorship

Australia and New Zealand coach tour company, AAT Kings, have been announced as an official sponsor of AusCycling, which includes an activation at the 2022 Road World Championships.

The sponsorship will see AAT Kings provide AusCycling with a specially branded coach to assist the Australian team at the World Championships, while also providing activities for visitors at AusCycling’s central hub for the event, Australia Park.

Additionally, AAT Kings will celebrate the partnership by offering a giveaway on their website, where winners will receive flights, accommodation, special behind the scenes access and exclusive invitations with former cyclist, Cadel Evans.

Commenting on the partnership, AAT Kings chief marketing and digital officer, Bridie Commerford, said: “We’re extremely proud to be supporting AusCycling through this inaugural sponsorship and believe this is just the beginning of what we hope will become a long-term partnership.”

AusCycling executive general manager of commercial, clubs and community, Agostino Giramondo, added: “AusCycling is thrilled to welcome AATKings as a new sponsor, as we commence the countdown to the long anticipated 2022 UCI Road World Championships in Woolongong.”

“Anyone who loves cycling will want to enter this competition for a once-in-a-lifetime experience in Wollongong.

The deal comes in the lead up to the 2022 UCI World Championships, which will be held in Wollongong between 18 to 25 September.

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