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The Gold Coast Titans is excited to announce a new three and a half year partnership with digital media agency Jabbry, the positive news coming a week after announcing a new naming rights sponsorship with Aquis.

Jabbry (pronounced Jab-rye) will take pride of place on the back of the Aquis Titans jerseys in Sunday’s clash with Sydney Roosters at Gosford.

Jabbry are specialists in digital media marketing, brand activation, fan engagement, lead generation, gamification, social media marketing and social media monitoring. They work with a multitude of professional sporting organisations, betting agencies and pubs and clubs across Australia.

Jabbry will occupy the lower back of jersey for the remainder of the 2015 through until the end of 2018 and will focus on leveraging club assets to engage fans and conduct consumer promotions via their advanced digital platforms.

Director Leon Stace is delighted to partner with the Titans.

“We are looking forward to a partnership with Titans and we are very happy with how their management team is building not just a strong NRL club but a community based club.

“Along with our investment with the team, we are looking forward to expanding our product through the wider community.

“I’m confident it will be a period of growth for both of us and the Titans during an exciting period.”

Titans CEO Graham Annesley said: “The Titans are thrilled to partner with Jabbry for the next three and half years until the end of 2018. Digital media continues to grow exponentially and is a vital part of our business, so it is exciting to have a partner in Jabbry and the expertise of Leon and his team. 

“Their significant investment with our club is greatly appreciated and is another significant indicator of the growing commercial confidence in the future of this club.

“We look forward to developing a long and mutually beneficial partnership.”

Acknowledgement of Country

Gold Coast Titans proudly acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we are situated, the Kombumerri families of the Yugambeh Language Region. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing connections to the lands, waters and their extended communities throughout South East Queensland.