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Port Adelaide Football club: Ray White joins as new partner!

By Jo Platten

Port Adelaide’s commercial health is in great shape heading into the 2017 season with a number of new and renewing partners committed to the club.

Following announcements of Renault’s one-year contract extension and OAK committing through until the end of 2019, Port Adelaide has also seen a number of new partnerships.

Ray White is the latest high-profile company to join the club, signing on as a key partner for season 2017.

“The partnership with the Port Adelaide Football Club will bring together Ray White South Australia’s network of 50 businesses,” says Ray White’s SA/NT chief executive Matt Lindblom.

“We’re thrilled to be a key partner and provide an opportunity for our members to come together, partnering with Port Adelaide will unite our network of offices and enable them to get involved with and be proud of this group initiative.

“It not only provides us with a fantastic opportunity to enhance our brand presence, but it’s also exciting to align with a business that shares similar values to Ray White and embraces the digital and social sphere as impressively as Port Adelaide does.”

The Ray White partnership follows Cathay Pacific and Harley Davidson also joining the club on one-year deals over the New Year period.

Cathay Pacific are Port Adelaide’s new airline partner while Harley Davidson are a new key partner.

Among other partnership extensions, EnergyAustralia and Adelaide Casino have extended for one year, UBET has extended for two years, and Nova Entertainment and Coca Cola have signed three-year extensions.

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