The Sydney Roosters have today unveiled Marrickville Prestige Smash Repairs (MPSR) and Skyworkers Group as the Club’s new Premier Partners.
MPSR has signed a three-year partnership with the Club, which will see their logo feature on the back of the playing and training shorts of the Club’s NRL squad.
MPSR has been servicing the people of Sydney for over four decades, and is at the cutting edge of smash repairs.
Their affiliation with the Roosters has grown over the years, with the company first partnering with the Tricolours as a player sponsor in 2014.
John Karavasilias, General Manager, MPSR, said: “It is a very proud day for Marrickville Prestige Smash Repairs to see our logo on the famous Sydney Roosters playing kit.
"We have been a partner of the Roosters for over six years now, and we can’t wait to see where the next three years takes us.”
Welcoming the partnership with Marrickville Prestige Smash Repairs, Roosters COO Jarrod Johnstone said: “We have shared a partnership with John and the team at MPSR for a number of years now, and over this time, their support has continued to grow so we are delighted to welcome MPSR as an apparel partner for the back of our NRL playing and training shorts for the next three years.”
Skyworkers Group have signed a two-year premier partnership with the Club, which will also see their logo feature prominently on the back of the Roosters’ NRL playing and training shorts.
Skyworkers Group is a scaffolding business currently working on a number of major projects across Sydney, including Macquarie University and the Ribbon Building in Darling Harbour which will soon host the new IMAX Theatre.
Mohamed Kabbout, CEO and Founder of Skyworkers Group, was pleased to partner with the reigning premiers.
“The Sydney Roosters are a proud club with a strong culture, and it is clear that they are in the constant pursuit of excellence, so we are thrilled to form this partnership and look forward to sharing our success together,” said Mr Kabbout.
In welcoming the new partnership with Skyworkers Group, Mr Johnstone said: “The Roosters are pleased to welcome Skyworkers Group to not only our Club but also the game of rugby league.
“The Skyworkers Group logo will feature on the back of Roosters NRL playing and training shorts, and we look forward to working with Mohamed and his team on a number of initiatives over the next two years and beyond,” added Mr Johnstone.
In announcing these new partnerships, the Roosters will enter the 2020 season with the corporate value of the Roosters shorts greater than ever before in the Club’s history.