Toshiba Backs The Swans

Written by Oonagh Reidy     28/03/2013 | 14:37 | Category: INDUSTRY

Toshiba has been named as the Official Consumer Electronics Partner to Sydney Swans, reigning AFL winners

Toshiba Backs The Swans


Under the two year sponsorship deal, Toshiba will supply the Swannies tablets, notebooks and TVs for use at the Swans HQ at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

Toshiba branding will be displayed at the SCG during  AFL home and away matches.

"With this partnership, Toshiba continues to further its passion for supporting sports and athletes in Australia, most recently following on from its sponsorship of the Australian Open 2012," said Mark Whittard, Managing Director of Toshiba Australia

"We are delighted to be joining one of the most professional and successful sporting organisations in Australia and look forward to showcasing our products alongside the best that the AFL has to offer."

Sydney Swans Chief Commercial Officer Grant Rose said the Club was pleased to have Toshiba on board for the 2013 season.

"We pride ourselves on the quality brands that surround the Swans and are really excited to welcome Toshiba into our family of sponsors, as an Associate Partner."

"Toshiba will gain fantastic exposure for their range of notebooks, tablets and televisions at all Swans home matches at the SCG," said Rose.

The Swans' first home game will be against the Gold Coast Suns on Saturday, 6 April, one of nine home games to be played at the historic Sydney Cricket Ground.

Toshiba has also revamped its Faacebook page news, products and up-coming competitions  http://facebook.com/toshibaANZ

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