Kilsyth Basketball can this week announce the signing of two corporate sponsors. Vortex Basketball Australia and Trophy Town are quality organisations who will continue their involvement with Kilsyth Basketball over the next 3 years.
Vortex have been the Kilsyth Cobras uniform supplier for many years and provided a fantastic service and quality uniform. The Cobras are very pleased to continue this relationship with Vortex.
Peter Hudson – Kilsyth Cobras Chairperson said “Kilsyth Cobras are pleased to sign this deal with Vortex and thank Shane for all his hard work in making sure the Cobras uniforms are the best money can buy”.
“Vortex are very happy to continue their relationship with the Kilsyth Cobras. We have been a long time supplier for the Cobras and look forward to continuing to provide the best services for the next 3 years”, said Shane – Vortex Basketball Australia,
Trophy Town has been supplying quality trophies to the clubs, corporations and individuals of Victoria for more than 10 years as a retailer, and 15 years before that as a wholesaler. Trophy Town will be the Official Supplier of all trophies, pennants and awards to Kilsyth Basketball for the next three years. Trophy Town will also be a corporate sponsor of the Kilsyth Domestic Tournament in March.
“This much experience in the trophy industry gives us a clear edge over our competitors, as you will discover yourself when you visit our showroom, the largest trophy showroom in the southern hemisphere,” says owner Michael.
“We look forward to this continuing arrangement with Kilsyth Basketball and will offer them and all their domestic clubs the most competitive price and service in the industry”.
“Trophy Town has been another great supporter of Kilsyth over the years and we would recommend them to any clubs looking for the best prices and service in trophies,” said Mr. Hudson.
Kilsyth Basketball welcomes Vortex Basketball Australia and Trophy Town as corporate sponsors for the next 3 years.
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