Northern Beaches company, HD Projects, have today upgraded their long-term corporate support of the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles.
Based at Warriewood, HD Projects are a unique structural construction company, specialising in the supply and installation of permanent formwork systems.
HD Projects, who first began as a corporate partner of the Sea Eagles in 2003, have now renewed their support of Manly for at least the next two seasons.
Their renewal includes an upgrade to Senior Partner level, meaning HD Projects branding will appear across the front and back of on-field trainers shirts for the 2019 and 2020 seasons.
In addition to the branding on the front and back of the trainers shirts, HD Projects will also continue to feature on the corner posts and other signage around the field of play for all Sea Eagles home games at Lottoland.
HD Projects Managing Director, Mr Richard Hazard, said the local company was proud of its long-term commitment to the Sea Eagles.
Mr Hazard attended Sea Eagles training today along with Co-Founder, Mr Clyde Daish, as part of the corporate partnership announcement. The pair founded the company together back in 2002.
"As a local Northern Beaches based business, we are proud to get behind the Sea Eagles and to not only continue, but upgrade our support for at least the next two years," Mr Hazard said.
"It was great to be here at Narrabeen today to see the players being put through some tough pre-season training and to spend some time with the coaches and high performance staff who we will now be directly supporting moving forward."
Sea Eagles Head of Performance, Don Singe, who has returned to the Club to lead the high performance program again under Head Coach Des Hasler, praised HD Projects for their ongoing support.
"We will be proud to run out with the HD Projects branding on our shirts,'' Singe said.
"It is fitting that HD Projects, as a company who specialise in foundations and pillars, is associated with us as we build our elite team systems.
"As a community focused Club, it's fantastic to have locally based businesses like HD Projects as such strong and long-standing partners."
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