Brydens Lawyers Renew Rabbitohs Sponsorship For 2020
The South Sydney Rabbitohs have resigned Brydens Lawyers as the Clubs Official Law Partner for the 2020 season.
The newly appointed Chairman of the Wests Tigers & naming rights holders for the Brydens Lawyers NSW Blues, Principal Lee Hagipantelis and the team have been involved in Rugby League for a number of years and are excited to continue their partnership alongside the Rabbitohs.
Throughout the 2020 season, Brydens Lawyers will be holding nine legal clinics at Souths Juniors and one at the Central Coast to provide Souths fans with free* legal advice.
“Brydens Lawyers now enters its second year of sponsorship with South Sydney and it is a partnership which we have come to value very highly,” said Mr Hagipantelis.
“It is a partnership which has exceeded our expectations.
“Through our engagement as the Official Law Partner we have been able to provide the members and fans of South Sydney access to expert legal advice and representation,” he said.
“Our partnership with South Sydney has affirmed a commonality of ideals, principles and integrity.
“On a personal note, I have also been most impressed with the positive response that I have received from South Sydney to the partnership and the value that they seen in having Brydens Lawyers as the Official Law Partner and making legal advice and representation readily available to their members and fans.”
South Sydney Rabbitohs CEO, Blake Solly, added: “The first year of the Brydens & Rabbitohs partnership truly displayed the strong affinity that connects us together and I’m pleased to have Brydens back again for the 2020 season.”
“Sharing the same fundamentals and foundations of Brydens Lawyers is something that we as a Club hold of high importance, as our local community is a strong fabric of what our Club is built on.
“To continue the partnership with a brand who is strongly involved within the sport and extends this by donating their time and energy to our community is something that we value within our corporate network.”