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SUNS partner with United Petroleum

The Gold Coast SUNS are pleased to confirm that United Petroleum has signed with the club as Coaches’ partner.

The multi-year deal will see United Petroleum branding featured on both the match day and training apparel of Rodney Eade and his team of coaches, as well as branding of the Gold Coast SUNS coaches box and interchange bench at Metricon Stadium.

United Petroleum is an Australian owned petrol company, which specialises in the retail and wholesale fuel markets, convenience stores and ethanol manufacturing.

One of the fastest growing independent companies in the nation, United Petroleum generates employment for more than 2,500 Australians, and is committed to providing premium quality fuel and competitive pricing across the country.

United Petroleum is the recipient of the Canstar Blue “Most Satisfied Customer Award” every year for the last four years.

In welcoming United Petroleum, Gold Coast SUNS Chief Executive, Andrew Travis, said the partnership with United made sense from both a commercial and member advantage viewpoint.

“We are thrilled to have partnered with United Petroleum, in a deal that we believe will deliver positive outcomes for United Petroleum, the club, and importantly, our members, through special offers in the future.

“As a club, we have generated some genuine momentum over the off season, and the announcement of our partnership with United on the eve of the season continues that impetus.

“Over the coming years we are looking forward to working with United to strengthen their brand throughout Queensland, as well as developing even more advantages for becoming a Gold Coast SUNS member,” Travis said.

United Petroleum’s Sponsorships & Partnerships Manager, Heath Scotland said they were intent on establishing a successful partnership with the SUNS.

“United Petroleum is proud to be the Gold Coast SUNS’ coaches’ partner, and we look forward to working with Rodney Eade and his team to build a long and successful association with the Gold Coast Football Club, its members and other business partners.

“This is a great opportunity for United to reinforce and grow our brand in the greater Queensland community in conjunction with the developing Gold Coast SUNS and their membership base,” Scotland said.