McDonalds Licensee Howard Armitage has been a proud sponsor of Kilsyth Basketball for the past two years with his Bayswater North store a proud partner of the McDonalds Community Basketball Days. With the opening of the new Kilsyth store on Canterbury Road, McDonalds Kilsyth has taken over the sponsorship for 2012.
The date of the first McDonalds Kilsyth community Basketball Day shall be announced in the coming weeks with many great things planned for the day. McDonald’s® Kilsyth are a proud supporter of the local community and are excited about partnering Kilsyth Basketball.
McDonald’s Kilsyth licensee Howard Armitage said: “We are proud to be partnering with Kilsyth Basketball, we as an organisation, are committed to promoting and encouraging active and balanced lifestyles by engaging in grassroots sporting activities.”
“McDonald’s has built up solid foundations in the local community and we hope that our strong links will help to further promote basketball to inspire families to unite and participate in the sport.” concluded Armitage.
McDonalds Kilsyth is located right around the corner from the Kilsyth Sports Centre on Canterbury Rd, Kilsyth.
Workforce Extensions Monbulk have been synonymous with Kilsyth Basketball over the past three years as the naming rights sponsor of the Kilsyth Cobra D-League Men and Women, while WorkforceXS Monbulk will no longer be the naming rights sponsor of the D-League teams they shall be staying on as a corporate sponsor for 2012.
Workforce Extensions Monbulk will be presenting the WorkforceXS Player of the week profile in all SEABL & D-League home game programs, Workforcexs Managing Director Phil McLean believes it is important to put back into the community and support the up and coming youth as they strive to achieve their goals.
We believe that Workforce Extensions Monbulk’s sponsorship of Kilsyth Basketball sits at the foundation of the company’s desire to be involved with organisations that are committed to achieving the very best in themselves and their people. We believe members of the association are such individuals and we are willing to do our best to support their efforts to excel,” he said.
Workforce Extensions Monbulk has been operating since 2002, “We successfully service clients across the
Melbourne Metro area and also Country Victoria. We have developed a team of friendly, committed and experienced professionals who are totally focussed on helping businesses with their staffing needs. We are keen to provide the right person, at the right time, with the right capability for the right investment. We encourage you to make the right call 9756 7900. We will listen to your specific needs, provide a solution that works for everyone involved and then work really hard at making your life easier,” said McLean.
The Swinburne Kilsyth Cobras will kick of their 2012 Season at home taking on the Mt Gambier Pioneers on Hugh McMenamin Court, Sunday March 18 at 2pm. While the first double header will be Saturday 24 March against Ballarat on Hugh McMenamin Court, the women tip of at 6.15pm and the men tip off at 8.15pm.
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