It’s Love At First Sight For Darrell Lea And Netball NSW

It’s Love At First Sight For Darrell Lea And Netball NSW
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Netball NSW and the NSW Swifts are pleased to announce a new partnership with confectionery company Darrell Lea, with its aim to reward fans, supporters and members of the netball community.

Netball NSW and Darrell Lea will provide the opportunity to not only sample the range of delicious  confectionery  at numerous  events and games, but will also explore new product development and fundraising opportunities which will directly benefit local netball Associations and Clubs.

“Netball NSW is delighted to partner with Darrell Lea,” said Tristan Prosser-Shaw, Netball NSW general manager commercial and corporate partnerships. “We want to work with organisations that share our values and who want to positively contribute to the growth of Australia’s largest female sport.

“Darrell Lea has shown they wish to be a part of this growth from grassroots to the elite level. Together, we will be looking at opportunities with Associations and Clubs to work collaboratively to increase their revenue in a variety of ways and through a number of different mediums.

“We are experiencing exciting times with the sport and partnering with established brands like Darrell Lea allows for varying initiatives to be explored.”

Tim York, CEO of Darrell Lea, said: “The whole team at Darrell Lea are thrilled to be proud supporters of Netball NSW and the NSW Swifts. As an Iconic Australian Brand, we are seeking to foster a long lasting partnership with Australia’s leading female sport.

“We’re looking forward to working with members of the Netball NSW community at a wide variety of Netball events throughout NSW, from local Gala Days through to the Swifts Home Games and beyond.”

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