QMS Sport Wins Three-year Signage Services Program With The FFA

QMS Sport Wins Three-year Signage Services Program With The FFA
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QMS Sport has announced the successful renewal of its signage services agreement with Football Federation Australia (FFA). 

Under the terms of the agreement, QMS Sport will provide all signage services to FFA for the Hyundai A-League and Westfield W-League finals series, the Westfield FFA Cup, and all Caltex Socceroos and Westfield Matildas home games under the control of FFA. 

The agreement will see QMS Sport provide FFA and its commercial partners with a digital signage solution, with 240 metres of new 10mm LED rolled out for each match. 

Luke Bould, head of commercial, marketing and digital at FFA, said the association was delighted to continue our working relationship with QMS Sport. 

“We are confident that their innovation and signage expertise will help deliver a great match day experience for our fans while providing optimum value for our commercial partners,” he said. 

Barclay Nettlefold, chief executive of QMS, said: “QMS Sport is excited to continue to work with Football Federation Australia to drive the ongoing success of the sport and deliver a seamless national turnkey solution including logistics, production, install, content creation and management for the next three years and beyond.”

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