Martec, an Australian-owned company specialising in the design and distribution of cooling, heating, and cutting edge LED lighting products, has signed on as the Sharks sleeve sponsor for the remainder of the 2014 season.
A company which for more than 40 years has been committed to innovation, quality, dependability and durability, Martec will commence their sponsorship arrangement from this weeks match against Newcastle, with the Sharks NRL team to display the company logo on the sleeve of the NRL jerseys.
Martec Managing Director Criss Care has always been a fan of the Cronulla Sharks and with this opportunity is glad to be on-board. Currently living in the Sutherland Shire, Mr. Care makes it a priority to never miss a Sharks match.
“I am excited by this new opportunity for Martec and the Sharks,” Mr Care said. “I’m hoping for an incredible remainder of the season and hope they can keep up the momentum they’ve recently gained,”
“Martec looks forward to a fun and thrilling future with the Sharks in our new home of the Shire.”
Similarly the General Manager of Marketing and Commercial Steve McGee was thrilled to welcome Martec into the Sharks corporate family.
“Martec is an extremely reputable company and we are pleased to have them on board,” McGee said. “The have shown some trust and faith in the club and we are confident we can repay them both on and off the field in the weeks ahead.”
Martec has a company goal to provide customers with high-quality, environmentally efficient and affordable products that keep them comfortable year-round.
Their products are available through fine retailers, including independent lighting stores, electrical wholesalers, hardware stores, and major retailers.
The Sharks securing of Martec as a major corporate partner comes on top of the announcement last week that LabourHealth would become the front of jersey sponsor for the rest of 2014.
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