The partnership will see Phil Munday’s Panel Works become a major sponsor for at least the next three years and continue the ongoing relationship with Kilsyth.
At age 19, Phil started Phil Munday’s Panel Works in Bayswater. In 1987 he moved the business to Kilsyth where he has been ever since, becoming actively involved in the community and building a thriving business. Phil Munday’s Panel Work recently went through extensive renovations to transform the Mt. Dandenong Road workshop and offices.
‘Phil Munday’s’ Kilsyth Cobras Chairperson Peter Hudson praised Phil Munday’s work in the community. “Phil has been a great supporter not only of the Cobras but the entire community. We are pleased to become closely aligned with such an outstanding organisation with positive core values. We hope to mirror some of Phil Munday’s success within our own Cobras program.”
“Each and every player, coach and volunteer within the ‘Phil Munday’s’ Kilsyth Cobras program strives for excellence and can learn something from the way Phil has grown his business while keeping with his core values and having a community minded approach. We look forward to working with Phil Munday’s Panel Works over the coming years and appreciate the commitment to the ‘Phil Munday’s’ Kilsyth Cobras,” said Mr. Hudson.
Phil Munday’s Panel Works offers professional insurance claims advice, handles all insurance work and has state equipment to assist with the repair of your car. Tryouts for the ‘Phil Munday’s’ Kilsyth Cobras begin in early October and we are looking forward to a successful and fruitful 2008.
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