Melbourne Victory develop sponsorship pact with Subaru Melbourne Group for two years

Subaru Melbourne Group has become Melbourne Victory’s official automotive partner.

The A-League side, Melbourne Victory have developed a partnership with the Japanese automobile firm’s Melbourne division, Subaru Melbourne Group.

As per the new deal, the brand has become the club’s official automotive partner for the next two seasons.

In metropolitan Melbourne, there are nine Subaru sales and service centers that are part of the Subaru Melbourne Group. In Victoria, the widest selection of new and used Subaru cars can be found at the network of top dealers and experience stores.

The Subaru dealer in Melbourne will join the club as a major partner, providing Melbourne Victory and its membership base with several advantages. Subaru Melbourne intends to collaborate with the Female Forum of Victory in Business to convene and enable women leaders in the business world.

Melbourne Victory Managing Director, Caroline Carnegie, said, “The dedicated team at Subaru Melbourne share our understanding of what it’s like to work collaboratively together as a team to achieve a common goal and succeed at the highest level, and we’re looking forward to doing that together with Subaru Melbourne. This is a unique partnership that sees Subaru Melbourne become the Club’s first official automotive major partner and we’re excited to see the partnership prosper.”

Subaru Melbourne Group’s Head of Sales Operations, Rodney Tranter, said, “At Subaru Melbourne, we don’t just sell cars, we deliver exceptional customer experiences and forge lasting connections with our owners and the community. We’re thrilled that our partnership with Melbourne Victory will allow us to continue creating those connections and having a positive impact in the community; from supporting the Female Forum at Victory in Business to connecting with fans and members during matches and much more, we’re truly excited about the possibilities this partnership holds.”

Prior to this deal, the side also collaborated with Local Brewing Co. and NJ Lawyers. With three points from its opening encounter against Newcastle Jets, the team has gotten off to a fantastic start in the A-League.

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