Bingo Skip Bins sign on for three years
Thursday 1 August 2013 10:01 AM
Wests Tigers today launched an exciting new sponsorship deal for three years with Bingo Skip Bins.
An Australian owned and operated waste management company in Sydney, Bingo Skip Bins will feature on the sleeve and shorts of the Wests Tigers NRL kit from 2013.
Bingo Skip Bins Managing Director, Mr Tony Tartak, said the company was very pleased with its association with Wests Tigers.
“We are Sydney’s largest skip bin company, providing householders and building and construction companies with a wide range of skip bins.
“With four state-of-the-art recycling facilities located around Sydney, Bingo Skip Bins is focused on the environment and committed to the future of recycled waste management.
“Bingo have chosen to sponsor the Wests Tigers as we feel both Bingo and the Wests Tigers share a similar culture and believe this is a brilliant opportunity to work closely with such a great club.
“The Bingo staff members are passionate about their football and the majority are Wests Tigers supporters. Bingo Skip Bins look forward to an extraordinary and successful season with Wests Tigers in 2013.”
Wests Tigers CEO Stephen Humphreys said the Club was very pleased to have Bingo on board.
“Bingo is a terrific family-owned Australian business. Having decided to sponsor Rugby League, they conducted a very thorough review of their options and we are thrilled they have chosen to partner with Wests Tigers for the next three years,’’ Mr Humphreys said.
“We have a very large and engaged fan base throughout Sydney and across the country. Our TV ratings and crowd attendances are very strong and the traffic on our website and social media networks continues to grow.
“These factors along with a really good fit with Bingo’s culture were key in cementing what we all hope will be a long term and successful relationship.”
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