Sponsor group renew faith in Titans’ future
Three thriving Gold Coast-based businesses have pledged their belief in the Aquis Gold Coast Titans by extending large sponsorship deals into next season and beyond.
Global Road Technology (GRT), TFH Hire Services and Channel 9 Queensland, through its Gold Coast office, have all extended their relationships with the Titans.
GRT, whose name adorns the back of the Titans’ NRL jerseys, has re-signed for a further year and upgraded their deal to also include the back of the NYC (under-20s) team’s jersey.
TFH has renewed for a further two years and will again have its name across the chest of the NRL jersey, while Channel 9 Queensland – which has been a partner of the Titans since before the club played its first match in 2007 – will go into its 10th season as a valued partner, renewing for two more years.
In addition to Aquis’ naming rights sponsorship announced in June, these deal extensions demonstrate tremendous faith in the club’s future by our valued partners.
“The re-signing of GRT, TFH and Channel 9 is another great show of confidence in the direction this club is taking to improve results both on and off the field,” said Aquis Titans CEO Graham Annesley.
“The support of our members, sponsors and corporate partners is critical to the club’s revenue streams enabling us to provide our players and coaching staff with the necessary resources to maximise the opportunity for success.
“On behalf of everyone associated with the club I thank GRT, TFH and the Nine Network for the faith in the Titans they have all shown in the past, and have now committed to continue into the future.”
TFH Hire Services is a proud family-owned and operated company. What was once a small backyard business two decades ago has grown and flourished to become the most successful privately owned temporary fence and equipment hire company in the industry, employing 500 people nationally.
“TFH have always maintained a strong focus on local community support and we are thrilled to partner our local national team, the Gold Coast Titans,” said TFH director Gary Gill. “We look forward to working with them to further grow our brand and business nationally.”
GRT managing director Troy Adams said the company was looking forward to extending its partnership with the Titans and working with the club to enhance road safety among fans.
“We are proud to be extending our partnership with the Titans and to support them on and off the field,” Mr Adams said.
“The Titans have had a challenging season this year but throughout it all they have demonstrated their commitment on the field and in the community and we are standing behind them.
“We are looking forward to working with the Titans players as we expand the work of the GRT Road Safety Initiative in Queensland and internationally.
“The Titans players have a real impact when visiting schools on the Gold Coast and throughout regional Queensland.
“When the players talk about the importance of road safety, the children listen, and that helps us make a difference.”
Channel 9 Gold Coast station manager Rod Power added: “As one of the Titans foundation sponsors, Channel Nine Queensland is proud to sign up again for a new two-year deal. Our support will again be driven strongly through Nine’s Gold Coast news which celebrates 20 years of local news in 2016.”