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BLK extends apparel partnership with Melbourne Storm team
02
Dec '13
Melbourne Storm and WRS Group have announced the extension of their apparel agreement until the end of the 2015 National Rugby League season.

The extended partnership sees the group’s rapidly expanding BLK brand replace KooGa as the exclusive apparel partner of the Storm ensuring Melbourne’s sole National Rugby League team benefit from the industry leading, high performance apparel being developed exclusively by the BLK team.

Tyron Brant, Managing Director of WRS Group said the organisation was pleased to be continuing its partnership with the 2012 NRL Premiers.

"We are delighted to be in a position to not only maintain but extend our partnership with Victoria's sole representative on the National Rugby League stage," Brant said.

"Melbourne has for many years set the benchmark across the NRL in regards to their approach to achieving sustained success on field and BLK are excited to be continuing on the journey with them for the foreseeable future."

Melbourne Storm Commercial Director, Ben Dunn also commented, “We appreciate the ongoing support of BLK and look forward to continuing our partnership through 2015.

“Melbourne Storm holds the highest standards in performance and BLK have a proven track record of delivering to those same standards. The partnership will provide our team with best in industry on-field playing & training gear.”

The extension of Melbourne Storm agreement is the latest in an exciting list of partnerships for BLK that will see the Australian owned company provide elite sporting teams around the world with high performance apparel and supporter team wear.

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