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Melbourne Storm Rugby League Club has today signed a three-year deal with Lumo Energy to become the Club’s official energy partner. 

The partnership will commence immediately, with Lumo Energy branding to appear on the back of the Club’s playing shorts for Storm’s Round 9 match against Manly Sea Eagles at AAMI Park on Saturday 10 May, 2014.

As well as delivering strong awareness for the Lumo Energy brand, the partnership will offer Storm members and fans a range of benefits when looking for a better energy deal. 

Melbourne Storm Commercial Director Ben Dunn commented:

“Lumo Energy is the first energy partner of Melbourne Storm.  Lumo is a dynamic brand and we look forward to creating some exciting marketing programs together.

“This is another endorsement of the strength of Melbourne Storm’s brand being able to unite the Melbourne market whilst delivering significant national exposure,” Dunn said. 

Lumo Energy Executive General Manager of Marketing and Sales, Tim Harrington  commented:

“Lumo Energy looked at a range of sporting codes to partner with and Melbourne Storm was a natural choice, it’ regarded as Australia’s number one sports teams across all codes in awareness and likeability, it has great brand recognition, is a professional outfit and is as passionate about its fans as we are our customers.  We are proud to have the opportunity to partner with such a powerhouse in sport.”

Visit Lumo Energy's website for more information.

Lumo Energy is one of Australia’s fastest growing energy retailers, servicing customers in South Australia, Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland. The company is focused on providing competitive energy packages and offering excellent value to its growing customer base.  Lumo Energy recently exceeded its 520,000th customer account and received the number one ranking in Victoria for customer satisfaction in a survey conducted by CANSTAR Blue. 

Acknowledgement of Country

Melbourne Storm respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.