By David Berrie
Thu 9th February 17
The Road Safety Western Force would like to announce today that leading staffing, maintenance and facility management services company, Programmed will continue their sponsorship with the club for the next two Super Rugby seasons, signing on for 2017 and 2018.
Programmed has over 65 years of industry experience and is now one of the largest providers of staffing, maintenance and facility management services across Australia and New Zealand.
Entering their fourth year with the club, the Programmed logo will feature proudly on the upper back of the number 10 and 15 jerseys next season.
Western Force CEO Mark Sinderberry says the continued support of Programmed is great news for the club and looks forward to continuing the partnership between two great organisations.
“We are thrilled that Programmed have decided to continue their sponsorship with the club, they are a proud Western Australian company and it’s fantastic to have their ongoing support.
“Growing rugby in Western Australia is one of the organisation’s major goals and Programmed share this passion, which allows us to strive towards our goal together.”
Programmed Managing Director Chris Sutherland says he’s thrilled to be once again partnering with the Force and looks forward to the upcoming season.
“The partnership is a good fit based around commitment, team work and resilience.”