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Always to sponsor apparel for Aussie rugby team Dragons
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Nov '12
The St George Illawarra Dragons are pleased to announce an exciting partnership agreement ahead of the pre-season with Apparel Partner Always agreeing to become Sleeve Sponsor for the next three seasons.

Always’ association with the Club was established midway through the 2012 season and the latest deal will see the Always brand appear on the sleeves of the Dragons NRL playing jerseys until at least the end of the 2015 season.

Always is an Australian owned and operated business based in Sydney with over 10 years of experience in servicing the building and construction industry.

Always are experts in all aspects of recycling, demolition and excavation while also providing the additional services of bin and machine hire, landfill and civic work.

“Always is excited about the extension of our partnership with the St George Illawarra Dragons,” said Always Recycling Chief Executive Officer Angelo Russo.

“We look forward to an exciting future with this great and traditional Club who shares our vision and values.”

St George Illawarra Dragons Chief Executive Officer Peter Doust is delighted with Always’ decision to extend its relationship with the Club and is looking forward to what lies ahead.

“We have already enjoyed a fantastic four month partnership with Always and are thrilled to be able to extend and continue our partnership arrangements for a further three seasons,” said Doust.

“Always are highly regarded amongst the building and construction sectors and we look forward to the synergy the two brands can create in 2013 and beyond.

“I would like to extend my appreciation to the management at Always for their professionalism throughout negotiations, which is a reflection on their business as a whole.”

St George Illawarra Dragons

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