Kilsyth Basketball is seeking an Official Partner for its acclaimed ‘kids first’ program.
Aligned with Kilsyth Basketball and local council strategies, the kids first program aims to improve the overall health and level of physical activity within our community through Kilsyth-run basketball clinics. Reaching over 50 local primary schools and 30,000 students annually, our kids first program is a unique initiative which affects the local community in a positive manner on a large scale, and offers a tremendous brand exposure partnership opportunity.
As the Official Partner of our kids first program, your business will reap the benefits of brand placement in 15,000 households through the distribution of 2,000 co-branded basketballs and additional collateral. Additional in-stadium signage, website advertising and social media promotion will result in over 40,000 online views and 1 MILLION yearly in-stadium impressions.
Previous Official Partners ANZ and Bendigo Bank have enjoyed overwhelming success by partnering with the kids first program, taking advantage of the many activation opportunities on hand in addition to key positional branding both online and within the Kilsyth and Lilydale stadiums.
To find out more about this exciting opportunity, you can reach out to our CEO, Garry Conner, on 03 9728 1033 or stop by the Kilsyth Sports Centre front office.
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