CGR extend Seagulls partnership

 

 

Williamstown and CGR have entered into a new three-year partnership as the Club’s exclusive off-field uniform supplier.

Having been together for the past three seasons, both parties have welcomed the new deal to continue the partnership originally established in 2016.

“We have established a great partnership since connecting with CGR at the start of the 2016 season. This partnership has ensured that our players, staff, and supporters have had access to quality off-field garments that provide the professional look befitting of our club brand," Williamstown CEO Jason Reddick said. 

“CGR are suppliers to a number of sporting teams and leagues, and we thank Patrick, Leah and the CGR team for their commitment to the Williamstown Football Club." 

CGR Operations Manager Leah Cooper said it was an important partnership.

 

“With such a strong history, we’re excited to continue our relationship with Williamstown and provide players and staff with our product," Cooper said.

"The VFL and VFLW provides a great pathway for players; we take great pride in being a part of their journey in providing quality Club apparel for them." 

 

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