Ministry of Sport

Titans Finish Sponsorship Drive For 2019 With SEE Civil

The Gold Coast Titans have secured a brand new partnership with SEE Civil, joining the Titans’ as ‘sternum’ sponsor for the next two years.

SEE Civil, a Gold Coast based civil infrastructure and urban development company, have contributed to a range of iconic Gold Coast projects including Pacific Pines, Sanctuary Cove, the Empire Industrial Estate at Yatala and several projects at the Gold Coast Airport.

The partnership with SEE Civil is the final piece of the puzzle in terms of clothing sponsorship for 2019 with every available sponsorship panel now sold.

It is the first time since 2013 that each available panel has been taken up by a partner.

Executive Chairman, Dennis Watt, believes the addition of SEE Civil shows great confidence in the club.

“SEE Civil are a Gold Coast based company who can see the great work the Titans are doing on and off the field,” Watt said.

“They are a family-owned business who have similar values to that of the Titans.

“We look forward to forging a great partnership moving into the future and together enjoying the success of the Titans.”

SEE Civil’s Managing Director, Steve Turner, said the company is looking forward to the partnership.

“SEE Civil’s really excited to launch our partnership with the Gold Coast Titans,” Turner said.

“As a local business, many of our staff live locally, so it’s fitting that we’re putting our support behind our local club for the next two years.”

SEE Civil also brings business associates SmartTech Australia to the Titans with the mining and aggregates technology company taking the sternum position on the club’s away and heritage jerseys in 2019.

Shaun Carney

Shaun Carney