Canberra Milk signs on as Brumbies Shorts Partner

Canberra Milk signs on as Brumbies Shorts Partner

 

The Aquis Brumbies are pleased to announce their newest apparel partnership, with Canberra Milk agreeing to a deal as shorts sponsor.

The Canberra Milk logo will return to the side’s home and away strips on the back right leg of the players’ shorts for the remainder of the 2016 Super Rugby season, after famously adorning the Brumbies jersey from the inaugural Super Rugby season in 1996, through until 1998.

David Tyack (General Manager – Capitol Chilled Foods Australia) says he is very proud to partner with the Brumbies.

“Capitol Chilled Foods is very proud of Canberra Milk’s long term support of the ACT Brumbies and are very excited by showcasing Canberra’s only locally produced milk brand on the shorts of the Brumbies for the duration of the 2016 season.

“We look forward to cheering on the Brumbies as they fight for the top of the Australian conference and hopefully go on to represent Australian Rugby in the first final series of the expanded Super Rugby season.”

Brumbies interim Chief Executive, Phil Thomson, said it was great to have Canberra Milk galvanize an already strong partnership and come back on board the Brumbies playing kit at a time where the club is looking to improve performance both on-field and off.

“Canberra Milk is a highly respected brand that local residents are extremely familiar with and we are enormously proud to showcase our long standing partnership both on and off the field” Thomson said.

“It’s very exciting for us to have this partnership strengthened, with the Canberra Milk logo now prominently displayed on our shorts, projecting a brand Canberra’s so very proud of, not only nationally, but internationally as well.”

The Canberra Milk logo will be printed on the Brumbies shorts in time for this Saturday night’s first ever matchup against the Japanese Sunwolves at GIO Stadium.

 



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