Sportility has confirmed partnerships with national brands including Optus, uno Home Loans, Petzyo and others to support the future of Australia’s grassroots sporting community.
Sportility, with the help of its national brand partners, will offer cash-back incentives to further reduce costs of equipment and provide support for players and members, on top of its unique ‘One-Click’ sponsorship model that directly connects grassroots organisations with brands.
With over 80,000 members currently connecting directly with sponsors on the Sportility platform, this deal is set to provide support and financial assistance around Australia to those affected by the suspension of sport and outdoor activity due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus).
Sportility CEO and co-founder, Adam Hyman, said this partnership comes after being inundated with clubs and sporting associations looking for guidance during these challenging times.
“As a business built on the close connections we have within the sporting industry, we want to ensure our grassroots sports community has the support it needs to grow and thrive in the future,” Hyman said.
“Along with our brand partners, we are constantly engaging with teams, clubs and associations to find solutions, reduce costs as much as possible, and boost morale amongst players and members.
“It wouldn’t be Australia without grassroots sports, so we are proud to work with our national brands to support its future, particularly during these uncertain, challenging times,” he said.
Sportility, since its beginning, has been paving the way as a leader in connecting brands and grassroots organisations, offering instant access to elite-level sponsors such as Optus for no more than $15 per gear item and also adding a unique QR code on packaging for clubs and players to redeem offers.
The partnership is set to include national brands in Sportility’s network, Optus, uno Home Loans, 86 400, Petzyo, CareerOne, Wisr and Adzuna.