World Rugby Specialist Group CEO Tyron Brant advised the decision to supply BLK branded apparel formed part of the Australian owned, Gold Coast based companies international expansion strategy.
“WRS Group is experiencing a period in rapid growth driven by an aggressive expansion into international markets including the United Kingdom." Said Brant
“During what is our last tour as the Official Sports Apparel Partner of the Australian Rugby Union, we believe it is a fantastic opportunity for the BLK brand to celebrate its arrival on the international sports stage."
For the past four years the Qantas Wallabies have proudly represented Australia wearing KooGa apparel through the WRS Groups partnership with the ARU.
KooGa sponsored National Rugby League team the Melbourne Storm wore BLK branded high performance Apparel during this years World Club Challenge.
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