The Manly Warringah Sea Eagles are proud to announce a new partnership with air conditioning specialists Daikin, for the next three years.
Daikin are world leaders in air conditioning technology and have been keeping Australians comfortable for over 40 years.
“We are thrilled to be partnering with the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles. They are a high performance team who – like Daikin – have remained at the top of their field since their founding with community values that mirror the Daikin brand,” National Sales & Marketing Manager, Daikin Australia, Dave Smith said.
“We are proud to be working with the Sea Eagles and look forward to seeing another great performance this season.” added Smith.
Announcing this valued partnership, Manly Warringah Sea Eagles General Manager, David Perry, said: “With season 2014 just around the corner, it’s exciting news for the whole club to have a prestigious and multi-national brand such as Daikin Air Conditioning now aligned with the Sea Eagles for the next three years.”
“Our partnership with Daikin goes a long way to ensuring the club’s success both on and off the field continues in 2014, and well in to the future.”
The Daikin logo will feature on the upper back of the NRL jersey.
A man who will benefit most from the new partnership is coach Geoff Toovey, who is renowned for getting quite heated and animated in the coaches box.
“Many people have seen me in the box, it gets quite heated up there, so I think it’s a good news story that Daikin are on board,” Toovey said.
“They think that they can manage to keep even me cool up there in the box. Good luck, they’ll need a big machine up there to keep the temperature down.
“Hopefully things will go well for us this year and I think the players and myself are very excited that the club have made an association with Daikin.
“I think it’s a fantastic partnership and I look forward to the three years we’ve got together as a partnership.”