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Top NRL Commercial Partnerships: Titans, Roosters, More


Top NRL Commercial Partnerships: Titans, Roosters, More

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ith the 2021 NRL season continuing in Queensland under increased restrictions despite the snap lockdown announced by the Queensland Government, here’s the latest commercial partnerships across the league.

The Gold Coast Titans have announced a partnership with Coombabah State High School, with hopes the deal will provide local rugby league talent with a direct pathway to the NRL.

Titans CEO, Steve Mitchell, said the partnership will deliver pathway and development opportunities for students and coaching staff, while ensuring Gold Coast talent stays in the region.

“The Titans have had a long association with Coombabah State High School, but this formalises our partnership into the future,” Mitchell said.

“We’re excited to work with the school to not only help uncover the next generation of NRL stars, but also to ensure that we can put the support and development pathways around them from a young age.

“As a club we are active in the education and student support space and we’re committed to helping Coombabah students to make sure they’re prepared for the pathway from school to professional football.

“The school has built a wonderful High Performance Sport Academy and through this partnership we will also open our doors to allow students to get a taste of the elite performance environment,” he said.

Elsewhere in the NRL, Sydney Roosters partner, Unibet, have donated their back of jersey sponsorship position to not-for-profit foundation, Gotcha4Life for round 21.

Unibet general manager, Nathan Reeves, said the not-for-profit, which aims to end suicide, will use the opportunity to raise awareness and funds, with the Roosters players’ jerseys to be auctioned off after the round.

“To be able to support the community at large is so important to the core values of Unibet,” Reeves said.

“What began with Sonny Bill Williams last year, and carried on by Joseph Suaalii this year, has given Unibet a chance to make Gotcha4Life part of the rugby league calendar.

“On August 7, when the Roosters play the Panthers, this special event will not only raise awareness and participation in Gotcha4Life programs, it will also raise much-needed funds with the Gotcha4Life jerseys being auctioned off.

“The Gotcha4Life message is so important during these difficult times.

“The Gotcha4Life cause is something that every one of us can be a part of.

“I encourage you all to take the pledge on August 7 and join the Gotcha4Life team, by joining the team we can be there for each other when it matters the most,” he said.

Wests Tigers have announced the offer of a free digital advertising package worth $25,000 to local businesses, with the chosen business to receive a package including content creation, website, social media, and other advertising materials.

Lastly, Melbourne Storm, along with Sunshine Coast Lightning, announced their support for DonateLife, by renewing their partnership that began in 2019.

DonateLife will be Storm and Lightning’s matchday partner in two upcoming games, with both teams joining ‘The Great Registration Race’.

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