A year on from donating $12,000 in honour of the late great Bob 'Bozo' Fulton, Manly Warringah Sea Eagles Senior Partner Industree Group has again generously donated another $12,000 towards the Pathways pillar of the Sea Eagles Foundation.
Industree Group owners Jason Stenning, Melanie Stenning and Jon Fleming were at 4 Pines Park for the Round 15 home game v Cowboys (Industree Group's annual Match Day Partnership) to hand over another $12,000 cheque to Bob's grandsons Ethan, Jake, Kobe and Zac, who are all involved in the Sea Eagles Pathways program.
We know how much the junior pathways program meant to Bob and how important it is to continue to directly support the juniors as well as our investment at NRL level with the Club.Jason Stenning Managing Director, Industree Group
"It's exciting to see so many talented young juniors progressing through the ranks of the Pathways program. These young players are the future of our great Club."
My dad was passionate about all levels of the game and knew that a thriving rugby league pathways was integral to the ongoing and future success of the Sea Eagles.Kristie Fulton Sea Eagles Elite Pathways Manager
"The Pathways Academy programs enable us to develop and nurture our next generation of NRL players in an environment that is uniquely Manly - one in which hard work, loyalty, mateship and tenacity underpin all that we do.
"On behalf of my family and the Pathways staff and players, we're tremendously grateful to Jason, Mel, Jon and Industree Group for once again donating to the Pathways Academy under my father's name."
Based at Berkeley Vale on the NSW Central Coast, Industree Group are Australian owned and operated industry leading designers and manufacturers of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and are an environmentally conscious 100% carbon zero certified business.
Industree Group has been a Senior Partner of the Sea Eagles since 2020 with their branding featuring on the front of all NRL and junior teams shorts.
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