Top NBL Commercial Partnerships: Tasmania & New Zealand
he Tasmanian JackJumpers were pleased to announce they have joined with Bulk Nutrients as a leading partner of the club.
The three-year partnership will see Bulk nutrients branded on the upper back of the jersey.
Tasmania JackJumpers CEO, Simon Brookhouse said: “We are super excited to once again be announcing another Tasmanian brand joining the JackJumpers Family.”
Bulk Nutrients managing director, Ben Crowley, added: “We feel honoured to be able to call ourselves a Founding and Major Partner of the Jack Jumpers,
“As a local Tasmanian business, we are always looking for genuine opportunities.
“The JackJumpers impressed us with their inclusive and family-orientated approach.
“Their heavy focus on the communities of Tasmania aligns very well with our own community values,” Crowley said.
Elsewhere on the court, we saw New Zealand Breakers partnering with Make-A-Wish New Zealand for the annual Manuka Doctor All-Star Celeb Slam, hoping to make as many wishes come true at the second yearly celebrity basketball game at Spark Arena on September 10.
New Zealand Owned Manuka Doctor has nominated Make-A-Wish New Zealand as the 2021 Manuka Doctor All-Star Celeb Slam beneficiary.
Manuka Doctor vice president, Nicola Macfarlane, said: “We want to make as many kiwi kids hopes and dreams come true, beyond their wildest imagination.”
Breakers COO, Lisa Edser, said, “it is important to us that our basketball club continues to play an inspirational role in the community.
“It is humbling to receive the support from not just the celebrities and the wonderful people at Manuka Doctor, but also our wider corporate family.”
Make-A-Wish New Zealand CEO, Pam Elgar, said: “We are proud to be working alongside Manuka Doctor and the Sky Sport Breakers on such an exciting special project.”