Top NRL Commercial Partnerships This Week: Roosters, Dragons, And More
n a week full of corporate partnerships, here are some from the NRL that you may have missed.
Sydney Roosters have announced a new partnership with sports nutrition brand, PILLAR Performance.
This is the second partnership for the recently launched PILLAR Performance who partnered with Australian Football League (AFL) team, the Greater Western Sydney (GWS) Giants, earlier this week.
PILLAR Performance CEO and former NRL player, Damien Fitzpatrick, said PILLAR was excited to be working with the Roosters.
“[Sydney’s] a club that’s revered across the Australian sporting landscape for not only their on-field success but their uncompromising professionalism across the board,” Fitzpatrick said.
“They’ll have access to the entire PILLAR micronutrient range which includes market-first formulations and patented ingredients to support their training program, recovery and overall performance,” he said.
Sydney Roosters high performance unit said the micronutrients brand will play a key role in optimising the health and performance of all their players.
Elsewhere, the St George Illawarra Dragons have announced a new 2-year partnership with SKINS Australia.
This is the third sporting partnership for SKINS Australia this year having recently partnered with the GWS Giants as their official compression partner as well as becoming the official compression supplier for Basketball Australia.
On the partnership, SKINS commercial sales manager, Allan Sassoon, said: “We’re looking forward to working with the Dragons senior and junior clubs in their quest for peak performance.”
Lastly, Athlete2Business have announced a partnership with the South Sydney Rabbitohs becoming an official corporate partner.
Athlete2Business founder, Alex Opacic, said on LinkedIn: “[I am] thrilled to be a part of this legendary club and looking forward to creating long lasting relationships.”
Athlete2Business is an Australian recruitment agency that focuses on creating pathways for athletes to succeed after their sporting careers, as detailed in an exclusive with Ministry of Sport.