The Styleness Manly Warringah Waratahs are please to release our sponsorship packages for the 2018/19 season.
Success bleeds success and we want you to bleed with us in 2018/19. The Manly Warringah Waratahs have been one of the most successful clubs in NSW over the last few years, and our success was on the back of hard work and passion, a trait which is common throughout the club. So if you bleed blue like many in the Manly Warringah community, sponsoring the club with the best sporting club culture on both the Northern Beaches and NSW Cricket is the perfect way to show it.
Our sponsorship program has grown in leaps and bounds over the last 5 years, and we are excited again to present a range of packages that covers all tastes and all sizes.
The Waratahs have a very loyal corporate family, with companies such as Major Sponsor Styleness, Harbord Diggers/Mounties whose association with the club is the longest on the Northern Beaches, long term partner TravelSIM, Quest Manly, Ann Wilson Funerals, and 4 Pines Brewery just some of the organisations already committed to the Waratahs for the 2018/19 season.
The success of our sponsorship program has come off the back of not only our great on-field success, but also the great culture at Manly. Our ‘Manly for Manly’ community program is one of the best in the business, allowing our players to engage with Northern Beaches locals at unprecedented levels. We also have a playing and coaching group committed to each other and committed to growing and improving both our club and our Northern Beaches community.
We want you to join us. We are able to further tailor any package to your needs, and are happy to chat about any thoughts you may have about an ongoing, mutually beneficial relationship. There is no hard sell here, just a good honest conversation about what our club is all about that we are sure will interest you.
Please contact our Business and Marketing Manager Joel Mason on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0478 319063 with any enquiries.
Bleed blue with the Manly Warringah Waratahs in 2018/19.