The Central Coast Mariners have announced that Telstra have pledged their support for the yellow and navy by signing on as the club’s Membership Partner for at least the next two Hyundai A-League seasons.
Central Coast Mariners’ club captain, Nick Montgomery visited the Telstra store in Lakehaven along with young gun midfielder Liam Rose to announce the club’s membership provider.
The midfield duo also presented one lucky Telstra customer and Mariners’ member with a signed Mariners’ jersey. Mariners’ members have the Telstra logo emblazoned on their exclusive membership merchandise.
Telstra and the Mariners are working together to ensure that Mariners’ members and Telstra customers receive a host of benefits as a result of their association.
Central Coast Mariners’ CEO, Mr Shaun Mielekamp, elaborated on the importance of Telstra’s partnership to not only our valued members, but also the club as a whole.
“Out of all the relationships we have formed recently, this fantastic partnership with Telstra is one that I am extremely passionate about,” Mielekamp said.
“The reason for my passion is because Telstra have partnered with the Mariners specifically to increase the benefits and experience to our valued Members.
Telstra have been proud supporters of the game for many years having partnered with the A-League All Stars and the 2015 International Champions Cup that saw Real Madrid, Manchester City and Roma visit Australia.
Speaking at the launch of Telstra’s partnership with the Central Coast Mariners, local business development specialist for the Central Coast, Ms Lynda Hartney noted the importance of Telstra’s connection with football and the Central Coast community.
“We couldn’t be more excited to be able to announce this partnership with Central Coast Mariners,” Ms Hartney said.
“To be a partner of this team is exciting for Telstra, the local employees and our customers of the Central Coast and demonstrates Telstra’s commitment to the game.
“We are looking forward to working with the Mariners in providing some fun activities for the locals, their families and friends,” Ms Hartney concluded.
Oct 29, 2015
Tyson Scott, Central