Partnerships a Key to Subi's Success

Wednesday, March 27, 2024 - 7:39 PM

With the Men's season kicking off this weekend, the Lions now round out a successful off season from a partnership perspective, with some fantastic gains made through the re-signing of existing partners and some great new companies joining the Club. 

Holman (Wally Edwards pictured) continues to be the Club's Premier Partner and they will be supporting the first home game of the season on 7 April in which we will be celebrating three Premiership anniversaries (1924, 2004 and 2014). 

North Perth Community Bank has resigned with the Club and will focus their attention on supporting the Club's community endevours. 

The Club is also really excited to welcome Leederville's Home Collective as one of their 2024 Community partners. They will be supporting a number of activities to get families from our metro district into Leederville enjoying the precinct. 

There has been some significant growth with our Gold Partnerships with AE Hoskins again sitting above all the Club's Talent endevours. The Leederville Hotel, Bridie Industries, Nichols Building, Pragma (Aaron McDonald pictured with Leigh Kitchin & Taj Schofield) have all re-signed for the 2024 season.

New Gold Partners include Sullivan Logistics, Corp Cloud, Drive Personnel, and McKay Drilling. 

New Maroon Partners include CSA Australia, Oryx Communities, Mud Logic, Black Swan Concrete Cutting and local cafe Roasted & Toasted which is a torpedo punt away from our Vincent street entrance. 

"The Club's commercial partners are the backbone of our financial model and we have made some great gains this off season thanks to all our great partners supporting us" said Club Commercial Manager Joe Georgiades. 

"The support they give us allows us to run the best possible football programs and also helps us increase our investment in our Metro and Regional communities." he said. 

Subiaco supporters are encourage to support the Club's partners wherever practicle.