January 08 2014
January 8, 2014: With Australia’s interest in cricket at its height following the Ashes series whitewash, two of True Value Solar’s major sports sponsorships will square off this Friday in a 10/10 game of cricket.
International cricket superstar Muttiah Muralitharan and Bombers captain Jobe Watson will take the field for the Melbourne Renegades and Essendon Football Club in the modified cricket match that is open to all fans.
The match starts at 3pm on Friday January 10 and will be played at the True Value Solar Centre next to Melbourne Airport, which is also a major community sponsor of the match. “This is a big moment for True Value Solar as both the Renegades and Bombers are our favourite sports sponsorships,” said Leon Siebel, True Value Solar’s Group General Manager. “Both clubs truly exude the philosophy of powering change and both work hard to involve their communities. The cricket match this Friday is a great demonstration of how these clubs connect with people.”
The modified cricket match will see all players bat and bowl for an over each, should a player be deemed out during their over then 5 runs will be deducted from that team’s total.
The afternoon will include cricket and football skills clinics, autograph opportunities, giveaways as well as membership and merchandise opportunities.
EFC takes on the Renegades
Proudly Presented by Melbourne Airport
Date: Friday 10th January, 2014
Time: From 2pm, cricket match from 3pm
Venue: True Value Solar Centre, 275 Melrose Drive, Melbourne Airport
November 22 2013
November 18, 2013: Essendon Football Club is powering change for a sustainable future, announcing its new training and administration facility at Melbourne Airport will be a green building, known as the True Value Solar Centre.
Essendon chairman Paul Little unveiled the new naming rights partnership at the official opening of the True Value Solar Centre this evening.
Little said the new partnership with True Value Solar was an exciting and meaningful initiative for the club.
“We are thrilled to announce our new training and administration facility will be known as the True Value Solar Centre,” Little said.
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