The Gold Coast Suns have announced they’ve signed up a new major support partner.
Solar Australia has agreed to come on board for three years, during that time their logo will appear on the shorts when by players during games and training.
They’ll also have a presence on the club’s media polo’s and media backdrop.
Suns CEO Andrew Travis delivered the news on Friday. He said the partnership is “a marketer’s dream, the synergy and alignment between our brands is obvious – solar and Suns – but it goes much deeper than that”.
“Solar Australia are a company that’s expanding nationally with a particular focus on the Queensland and Victorian markets, they’re a growing company and that’s very much aligned with what we are here at the Gold Coast Suns as we grow our brand nationally as well” Mr Travis said.
Solar Australia deliver new energy efficiency products to the Australian market, with a vision to be Australia’s first choice solution for both homes and businesses.
Solar Australia are committed to sourcing and producing the latest in premium renewable energy products for the Australia market, with technologies such as: Domestic and Commercial Solar Power, Solar Hot Water, Solar Battery Storage, Domestic and Commercial Energy Efficient Lighting, Recreational Solar Panels, Solar string and micro inverters.
Mr Travis, said the obvious synergy linking Solar Australia and the Suns would lead to a beneficial partnership.
“We are thrilled to have partnered with Solar Australia at a time they are expanding the business nationally through their license partners model,” he said.
“Solar Australia are also on the verge of launching their home energy battery storage system which in partnership with BYD (Build Your Dreams) China has been years in the making.
“This announcement comes at a great time for our football club and is an example of the commercial support of the Gold Coast SUNS continuing to grow.”
Solar Australia’s board said they were excited about their first endeavour into AFL and intent on establishing a successful partnership with the SUNS.