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Energy Locals Power Brisbane Heat With Coaching Announcement

Energy Locals Power Brisbane Heat With Coaching Announcement

Australian owned and operated energy provider, Energy Locals, will join Brisbane Heat as the clubs Offical Coaching Partner, whilst two cricket veterans finalise coaching roster.

Queensland Bulls Coach, Wade Seccombe and former New Zealand bowling all-rounder, James Franklin, will bring a wealth of knowledge to the club in a new look coaching team, as the Heat prepares for their biggest BBL season to date.

Under the new agreement, Energy Locals will have their logo displayed on the collar of BBL coaching and support staff match-day and training polos.

Fans attending Heat home games at the Gabba and Metricon Stadium will have access to free mobile phone charging stations, along with energy deals and prizes to be won throughout the season.

Brisbane Heat General Manager, Andrew McShea, welcomed the addition of a customer-focused company such Energy Locals to the club.

“Energy Locals are an innovative and environmentally friendly company with a great story to tell.

“Their focus and approach to providing exceptional customer service correlate strongly with how we aim to treat our members and fans, so there is a great synergy between our two brands.

“We hope this is the start of what will be a long-standing and successful partnership,” McShea said.

Energy Locals Founder, Adrian Merrick, said the startup’s staff were excited to get behind the Brisbane Heat.

“Energy Locals is proudly backed by two Queensland-based businesses.

“Queensland is the home of the very first Energy Locals customers and we’re really excited to support this amazing team and competition.

“With the Brisbane Heat continuing to create great value family entertainment, the partnership makes perfect sense to us,” Merrick said.

The Heat will open the BBL season against the Adelaide Strikers at the Gabba on Wednesday the 19th of December, with online ticket and corporate hospitality sales suggesting a pre-Christmas record crowd is a possibility.

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