The Canberra Raiders have announced the major partner brand that will appear on the front of the club’s inaugural NRLW team jerseys in seasons 2023 and 2024.
Canberra-based organisation, Parbery Consulting, which provides a range of management, consulting, and advisory services for a wide range of business sectors, including Defence and other Federal Government departments, small business and not-for-profit organisations, will adorn the jersey front.
Parbery Consulting’s mission is to provide top tier advice that’s within their clients reach.
Raiders CEO Don Furner was elated to see a local Canberra-based management consulting firm pledge their support and welcomed Parbery Consulting to the Raiders family.
“Not unlike our first male team jerseys back in 1982, we will be proudly displaying the brand of a successful local company on the front of our playing jumpers in year one of our NRLW existence,” Furner said. “Parbery Consulting will be terrific partner in 2023-2024 as collectively we share similar operating principles – collaborative, down-to-earth and community focused.”
Parbery Consulting’s Managing Partner Kylie Burnett is excited about the new partnership.
"I am proud that Parbery’s business success can translate into a partnership centred around supporting our community, promoting, and growing women’s rugby league and giving back to a game we love. We look forward to growing with the Raiders NRWL team in 2023-2024, and seeing the collective, positive impact we can have in the region."
Interest in the Club’s new NRLW Program has been extremely high, with only one branding designation left to sell on the Raiders NRLW playing apparel. Interested businesses should contact email@example.com ASAP.
The ACT Government have pledged additional support to the Raiders NRLW Program, with their CBR brand to be exposed on the jersey sternum position, and Blumers Personal Injury Lawyers have extended their support from local rugby league to see their brand placed on the lower back of jersey. Mcdonald's have secured the sole brand property on the ladies playing short.