Wingman Beer named official beer of Australian Grand Slam of Surfing

Professional surfers will have a new wingman at the 2020 Australian Grand Slam of Surfing!

Wingman Beer has today been unveiled as the official beer of the event, which will be held in New South Wales, Queensland and Western Australia as part of the global WSL Countdown Series.

The partnership will see Wingman integrated across the Australia Grand Slam of Surfing broadcast including the Wingman Wave Report, Wingman Match-ups for the semi-finals and finals at the Qld and NSW events, and the Ultimate Wingman Session for the Heritage Heat in WA.


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Wingman Beer General Manager, Will Chambers said they are thrilled to support the Australian surfing community in this unique series of events.

“As a 100% Australian owned and brewed beer, Wingman Beer is thrilled to partner with the World Surf League,” he said. “We are excited to integrate our upcoming content via the World Surf League’s world market leadings digital platforms, and the opportunity to pair Wingman’s clean, crisp, lager with world-class surfing is an important step in our brand’s journey.

“The Wingman always has your back, so fly safe, and stay tuned for access to our range of full strength, mid-strength, and soon to launch 0.0% beers.”

WSL Asia Pacific Commercial Director Scott Hargreaves said they are happy to bring Wingman onboard as the official beer of the Australian Grand Slam of Surfing.

“Wingman aligns well with WSL as they strive to bring their consumer a quality product in a responsible way. This is most evident through their offering of mid-strength and 0.0% beers. We’re excited about this fantastic partnership with a great company.”

The Australian Grand Slam of Surfing will run across the nation between September 1 and October 31 and be broadcast live on worldsurfleague.com, Channel 7 (7Plus), Fox Sports Australia (Kayo) and Sky Sport NZ.

This is a sponsored editorial brought to you by Wingman Beer.

 

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