Burbank extends partnership with Seagulls
The relationship between award-winning builder Burbank Homes and Williamstown Football Club has been further enhanced, with Burbank Homes extending their venue naming rights sponsorship to the club’s home ground, Burbank Oval.
Williamstown CEO Jason Reddick was yesterday joined by Jarrod Sanfilippo, Managing Director of Burbank, in announcing a multi-year extension of Burbank’s venue naming rights sponsorship.
“Williamstown Football Club is excited to be continuing our long and successful relationship with Burbank”, Jason said.
“There is no doubt the title ‘Burbank Oval’ has become well entrenched in the vocabulary of both the local and state-wide sporting community when referring to our home venue”.
“We now look forward to working closely with Jarrod and his team in exploring some exciting initiatives at Burbank Oval”.
“I would personally like to thank Jarrod and everyone at Burbank Homes for the support they have shown to the Club. This is a significant sponsorship which greatly assists our endeavours to secure our next premiership flag to fly from the flag pole at Burbank Oval.”
The two organisations share a proud history and, according to the Burbank Homes’ managing director Jarrod Sanfilippo, the partnership is set to soar to new heights over the coming season.
“We’ve had a great relationship with Williamstown Football Club for a number of years now, and we’re looking forward to building on that in coming seasons”, Jarrod says.
“Burbank Oval has become quite iconic in the local community, and we’re proud to extend our naming rights sponsorship at such a fantastic venue”, he adds.
Although the organisations are very different in what they do, Burbank Homes and Williamstown Football Club share similar values and an innovative approach.
“As a family owned and operated business, Burbank has a big focus on teamwork, support and working together to bring out the best in our people. Williamstown Footy Club really encapsulates those qualities, which is one reason why the partnership works so well”, Jarrod says.
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