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Top NBL Commercial Partnerships: 36ers, United, More

Top NBL Commercial Partnerships: 36ers, United, More

With the start of the NBL23 season looming, here are the latest NBL partnerships.

Adelaide 36ers:

The Adelaide 36ers have announced a partnership extension with My Money House, making them a major partner for the NBL23 season.

The deal will see My Money House’s continued long-term investment in the team, which aligns with their growth strategy.

Commenting on the partnership, My Money House CEO, Simon Cvetkoski and COO, Andrew Potter, said in a joint statement: “My Money House is delighted to build a relationship with the 36ers as a Major Partner.”

“We feel the 36ers offer the best game day experience in the country and it will be a fantastic platform to showcase our products and services in an engaging manner,” it said.

36ers COO, John Tsianos, added: “It’s a fantastic result for the Club to have My Money House support us and offer such a tremendous prize.”

“We look forward to the season and cannot wait to see someone shoot for $100k,” he said.

South East Melbourne Phoenix:

The Phoenix have announced a partnership extension with Ringwood MG and Ringwood Nissan.

The partnership will see Ringwood MG power ‘Phoenix Rewards’, which will include a MC ZS Excite as the major prize.

Commenting on the partnership, South East Melbourne Phoenix CEO, Tommy Greer, said: “We’re excited to once again have Ringwood MG on board.”

“They have been with us from the very start, and to have them give away a car to one of our amazing fans will certainly add some excitement to the season,” he said.

Melbourne United:

Melbourne United has announced community engagement partnerships with basketball associations across Victoria.

The first partnership, which is with the Southern Basketball Association (SBA), has given United star the chance to sign on and play for the Sandringham Sabres.

Commenting on the partnership, Melbourne United CEO, Nick Truelson, said: “Our purpose as a basketball club is to use the power of basketball to inspire, entertain and enrich people’s lives, and this partnership, as well any further association partnerships, encompasses every part of that.”

“We’ve already built such a great relationship with the SBA since moving to Hoop City and we’re thrilled to expand on those connections,” he said.

SBA CEO, Craig Weir, added: “The SBA is pleased to announce the signing of a strategic partnership with Melbourne United over the next 3 years which will provide a number of benefits for all of our members.”

“This is an exciting moment for the SBA. I look forward to working together with the management and players of Melbourne United,” he said.

To read the previous edition of the top NBL commercial partnerships, click here.

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