St George Illawarra NRL Women's Premiership foundation partner TripADeal have today extended its partnership with the Dragons to feature on the men's squads' apparel for at least the next three seasons.
The TripADeal brand – which featured on the back of the inaugural Dragons' Women's Premiership jersey – will be introduced in the same position on the men's NRL, Intrust Super Premiership and Jersey Flegg jerseys from next season.
TripADeal is an online travel agent who offers bucket list holiday experiences at unbelievable prices, both domestically and abroad, with Dragons members and partners set to also benefit from the partnership.
TripADeal co-founder and managing director Norm Black described the Dragons' sponsorship was a profound moment for both he and the business.
"It's a huge step forward for TripADeal to partner with one of Australia’s most successful sporting clubs," Black said.
"It goes without saying that this is a business decision, but also a personal one – I’ve been a passionate Dragons supporter my entire life, so I know of its incredibly strong history and I have complete faith in the club's future.
"It'll be one of the proudest moments of my life to see TripADeal on the back of every Dragons jersey."
St George Illawarra CEO Brian Johnston said TripADeal's partnership extension was another huge boon for the Dragons' football endeavours ahead of the 2019 season and beyond.
"TripADeal is an exciting Australian-owned brand with passionate people who share similar values to us all at the Dragons," Dragons Chief Executive Officer Brian Johnston said.
"We were delighted when they came on board for our inaugural Women's Premiership team this year, and the fact they have chosen to extend their partnership is great for not only our club and players, but so too our partners and members who will gain access to their great value holiday offerings."
This signing completes the Dragons' 2019 apparel partnership properties, with TripADeal joining St.George Bank, Westfund, South Village, Domus, XBlades, Paul's Customs and PlayChip.