The St George Illawarra Dragons have received a positive boost in their Partnership activities following the announcement of two significant new Partnerships for 2016.
The Dragons are proud to announce an exciting partnership with Bingo Industries as Goal Posts and Corner Posts partner for the remainder of this season.
Bingo Industries is a proud Australian-owned and operated waste management company which has been servicing the building and construction industry for over a decade.
Bingo Industries are also at the forefront of promoting environmental awareness sponsoring Planet Ark’s National Recycling Week in addition to presently having six state-of-the-art recycling centres throughout the Sydney Metropolitan area with further expansion to come within the Illawarra.
“I am very excited to announce Bingo Industries’ involvement in partnering with the Dragons to sponsor their goal posts and corner posts for this year,” said Daniel Tartak, Bingo Industries CEO.
“I look forward to where this collaboration will lead in the future and look forward to cheering on the team.”
Dragons CEO Peter Doust welcomed the opportunity to begin a formal association with Bingo Industries.
“Bingo Industries is a highly successful and respected leader within the waste management industry who is also proactive and well-regarded in issues concerning the preservation of our environment,” said Doust.
“They have a great management team who are passionate about their industry and we look forward to working with them and building a long association."
In addition, the Dragons have also announced that Dynamic Projects have agreed to become the official Ball Boy partner for this 2016 season.
Dynamic Projects is a leader in the construction of commercial and residential projects managing all aspects of the design process from initial concept plans through to construction.
Dynamic Projects portfolio was most recently recognised at the 2015 MBA Excellence In Construction Awards.
“Dynamic Projects are a market leader who pride themselves on being at the forefront of industry best practice and we look forward to working with them throughout this season,” said Doust.
“The ball boys are an important part of our Club and we are thrilled that Dynamic Projects see the value in this association."