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Storm and Suzuki continue long-term partnership

Melbourne Storm’s longest-serving premium partner, Suzuki, has once again renewed its commitment to the NRL club.

Suzuki has been part of the Storm family since 2008 with the car manufacturer’s logo currently appearing prominently on the sternum of the NRL squad’s playing jerseys.

The partnership through to the end of 2023 includes the Suzuki logo continuing on game day and training apparel plus a range of gameday and digital assets.

The new partnership commitment coincides with Storm forward Kenny Bromwich’s 200th NRL match this weekend and Suzuki have joined the celebrations by offering 200 free tickets for the round nine clash with the St George Illawarra Dragons at AAMI Park.

They will be made available via a public competition utilising Storm and Suzuki’s Facebook pages.

Storm General Manager – Commercial, Partnerships and Corporate Sales Daniel Cullinan said Suzuki had proven to be outstanding partners for more than a decade.

“The team at Suzuki have a genuine love for Storm and what we do on and off the field,” he said.

The Suzuki name has become synonymous with Storm and we’re very happy to have them on board through to the end of the 2023 season

Daniel Cullinan Storm General Manager - Commercial, Partnerships and Corporate Sales

Suzuki Australia General Manager – Automotive, Michael Pachota said the decision to renew its partnership was a no brainer given Suzuki’s long history with Melbourne Storm.

"Signing on as major partners with the Melbourne Storm in 2008 was a key initiative for the Suzuki brand in Australia and continues to be a highly successful fit for both parties,” he said.

2023 is a milestone year for Suzuki and Melbourne Storm, representing our 15th year of partnership and the club’s 25th year of operation.

Michael Pachota Suzuki Australia General Manager - Automotive

"We are proud that the team will be wearing our logo over their hearts for this historic year.”

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