Top NRL Commercial Partnerships: Titans, Storm, And More
ollowing the announcement of three new teams in the NRLW, here are some commercial partnerships from the NRL this week you may have missed.
The Gold Titans have announced partner, MyPayNow, will donate 300 tickets to the club’s charity partners LIVIN, The Gold Coast Hospital Foundation, and Ronald McDonald House Charities SEQ, for this Sunday’s game.
Titans CEO, Steve Mitchell, said: “As a club, we’re determined to make our communities proud.
“This is a wonderful gesture from the MyPayNow team and… we know that the tickets will end up in good hands,” he said.
Elsewhere, Melbourne Storm have announced a new competition with sportswear company, Castore Sportswear, allowing fans to design the 2022 member’s jersey.
The competition will see fans submit their designs to Melbourne Storm and the top four designs will then be publicly voted to decide the winner.
The design will be used as an alternative jersey for the Storm and to participate you must be a Melbourne Storm member.
The South Sydney Rabbitohs have announced two new partnerships this week.
Station Five, a web and mobile software development organisation, have become an official Rabbitohs partner for the 2021 and 2022 seasons.
The Rabbitohs have also announced a new partnership with MAYDAY Recruitment Group to their business chamber.