Official Timekeeper of the AFL, Tissot Australia, has launched a number of initiatives to celebrate the 2014 Toyota AFL Finals Series and leverage its partnership with the AFL.
Headlining the activity will be a Tissot Grand Final countdown clock unveiled by finals contenders Dyson Heppell and Drew Petrie, which will live in Federation Square in Melbourne for the duration of September.
Heppell and Petrie will continue the Tissot September activity, joining other AFL players by wearing a classic Tissot timepiece to the AFL’s night of nights, the Brownlow Medal.
Tissot’s watches will also be highly sought after during the AFL Finals with their Man of the Match initiative being expanded from Friday nights during the home and away season to every match during September. The best on ground across all of the AFL’s pinnacle matches will be awarded with a Tissot Heritage Navigator, the Official Timepiece of the Toyota AFL Finals Series.
DrinkWise has launched a new podcast series named Bounce Back featuring prominent Australians talking about how they overcame adversity. The series launched yesterday with Australian Test Cricket Captain Tim Paine speaking candidly about how seeking professional support helped him beat his mental demons and save his cricket career.