Melbourne Storm is proud to have Quit B Fit on board as its back of shorts sponsor for the remainder of the 2017 season.
Quit B Fit is a program aimed at promoting healthy lifestyle choices, educating Indigenous communities on the benefits of quitting smoking and raising awareness around the negative impacts of tobacco smoke.
The initiative is part of the Wellington Aboriginal Corporation Health Service (WACHS) – an organisation aimed at promoting holistic health care in the Indigenous community.
Today’s announcement further strengthens the partnership between the Club and the Quit B Fit program.
Storm players showcased the Quit B Fit logo on the back of their socks during their Round 10 Brisbane Double Header against the Gold Coast Titans. The team also wore specific Quit B Fit polos prior to their clash with Manly back in Round 7.
“Melbourne Storm is proud to build an association with the Quit B Fit program and the WACHS organization,” Storm Chief Commercial Officer Ben Dunn said.
“This partnership plays a key role in our community program and we look forward to raising the profile of WACHS and their initiatives.”
WACHS CEO Darren Ah See added, “The partnership with the Melbourne Storm has assisted the Quit B Fit program to educate and raise awareness around the impact smoking has on individuals, families and communities.
“To have such a high profile, successful club supporting this initiative is a massive coup for the Quit B Fit program and WACHS in general.”