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The TFH Gold Coast Titans are pleased to announce a partnership with 1029 Hot Tomato, for 2018.

The partnership will see the Titans advertise on radio with 1029 Hot Tomato with both parties to work together on a large number of activations throughout the year.

1029 Hot Tomato is the number one station on the Gold Coast, and broadcasts from its studios located in Southport.

1029 Hot Tomato pillar shows being Flan and Emily Jade with Christo, who are the Gold Coast’s number one breakfast show, as well as Galey, Mal and Moyra which is the only locally produced 4- hour program to drive Gold Coaster’s home, weekday afternoons, are both ecstatic with the news that the station is an official sponsor of the Gold Coast Titans, and look forward to a successful season in 2018.

“I genuinely believe it is important for the city to have a competitive and successful team in the NRL, and in other sports, and have committed Hot Tomato to helping progress the growth and success of the Titans,” Executive Chairman Hans Torv said.

The station is behind and acknowledges the commitment of the new owners, the Kelly and Frizelle families, and the new exciting phase ahead for the club to become a true community owned franchise. We are looking forward to working with a great group of people, players, coaches, managers, administrators and most importantly footy fans as the Titans are important to the city, and 1029 Hot Tomato is proud and honoured to help progress the growth and success of the club.

Titans CEO Graham Annesley is happy to welcome 1029 Hot Tomato to the sponsorship family.

“Our objective is to obtain the widest possible exposure for the Titans, and this agreement with 1029 Hot Tomato is the first of several announcements we hope to make in the near future,” Annesley said.

“The team at 1029 Hot Tomato have been a pleasure to deal with and will be a great addition to the Titans media family.

“As two iconic Gold Coast brands, we look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship,” Annesley added.