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Perth Wildcats Sign Vibe Petroleum As New Membership Partner

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he Perth Wildcats have announced a new partnership with Vibe Petroleum, with the Western Australian owned and operated independent fuel company set to become the club’s official Membership Partner.

Vibe executive officer, Rakesh Penmetsa, said the partnership with the Perth NBL club is a strong way for the business to reinforce its commitment to enhancing the communities in which it operates.

“The Perth Wildcats are an iconic and much loved Western Australian brand,” Penmetsa said.

“It is highly respected by all West Australians for its success both on and off the court, and especially for the work it does in the community.

“We have always admired what the club stands for as they are the same values that we want to instil at Vibe to help us grow further and succeed.

“We want to look after all of the club’s members and we want to offer them all an ongoing discount of four cents per litre off their fuel bill when they present their 2020/21 Membership Card.

“So Wildcat Members, when you receive your membership card, please come and pay us a visit and save some money.

“We are extremely proud to be able to join the Wildcats team and want to show our support of the Red Army.

“We are looking forward to another successful season,” he said.

Perth Wildcats CEO, Troy Georgiu, said he is delighted to welcome Vibe to the Wildcats corporate partnership family.

“We’re thrilled that Vibe Petroleum has chosen to align with the Perth Wildcats and impressed by their reasons in doing so,” Georgiu said.

“Those reasons are testament to everything that our organisation believes so strongly in, giving back to our community, and taking care of and rewarding our highly passionate members and loyal partners who are the lifeblood of our club.

“We’re excited to be working with an organisation and with people who are passionate about wanting to support us, the Red Army and WA,” he said.

To read what Perth Wildcats general manager of commercial, Anthony Radich, said in an exclusive interview with Ministry of Sport about the way the reigning NBL champions have adjusted their commercial strategy in the face of COVID-19, click here.

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