The GIANTS are pleased to announce the re-signing of co-major partner Toyo Tires until the end of 2022.
Toyo Tires first joined the club ahead of the 2016 season and has quickly become synonymous with the GIANTS brand across Western Sydney and the ACT.
The four-year extension of the successful partnership was announced at the WestConnex Centre at Sydney Olympic Park ahead of the GIANTS’ elimination final against cross-town rivals the Swans this Saturday.
GIANTS Chief Executive David Matthews said he’s delighted to have the Western Sydney based company continue their partnership.
“To have an internationally respected and recognised brand like Toyo Tires recommit long term to our club demonstrates the confidence our partners have in the direction the GIANTS are heading both on and off the field,” Mr Matthews said.
“The GIANTS and Toyo Tires clearly align in our shared objectives and our strong community focus.
“Having made three successive finals series and with a fast growing membership base and a suite of blue-chip and emerging commercial partners, the GIANTS are well positioned for sustained success in everything we do.”
Toyo Tires’ Australian Managing Director, Michael Rudd, said the partnership renewal demonstrated its continued confidence in the club, fans and team.
“We’re proud to continue our successful partnership with the GIANTS,” Mr Rudd said.
“These past seasons together have shown just how well the club’s culture and values align with the values of Toyo Tires.
“Toyo Tires and the GIANTS are now intrinsically linked. Our mantra of ‘driven to perform’ resonates perfectly with the team’s remarkable energy, resilience and determination.
“Our ongoing partnership promises some exciting new initiatives for the team, club and fans, including expanding the reach of our highly popular Kick for Cash® promotion.”
The partnership between the two organisations made international headlines in 2016 when lucky GIANTS member Paul Waterhouse took home $100,000 for successfully navigating the Kick for Cash® promotion.
The feat took place when Waterhouse kicked a football into a stack of Toyo tyres from 30 metres at three-quarter time of Sydney Derby X at Spotless Stadium.