Ministry of Sport

DreamCourts To Increase Brand Awareness With NBL Partnership

DreamCourts has partnered with the Hungry Jack’s National Basketball League (NBL) in an effort to grow the company’s brand awareness across the country.

With the ability to create and implement custom-designed professional basketball courts for backyards, local sports clubs, branded activations and schools, it was a perfect fit for DreamCourts to become the Official Outdoor Basketball Court of the NBL, according to NBL Chief Commercial Officer, Brad Joyner.

“At its core the NBL is a family sport and we are delighted to partner with DreamCourts, a leading provider of backyard basketball courts across Australia.

“DreamCourts provides a simple solution for families looking to enjoy basketball at home and we are thrilled to welcome them into the NBL family,” Joyner said.

“This is an exciting time for basketball in Australia and New Zealand and the 2019-20 Hungry Jack’s NBL Season promises to be our biggest and best ever.”

DreamCourts Founder and CEO, Luke Tadich, said: “The NBL has gone from strength to strength in recent years and we are excited to partner with the league.

“Just like the NBL, DreamCourts is a quality-focused business run by people who are passionate about delivering the best experience to their customers.”

The Hungry Jack’s NBL Season will tip off next Thursday October 3 and will be broadcast live on ESPN and SBS on Demand as part of the Hungry Jack’s Tip Off.

Shaun Carney

Shaun Carney