BBA scores sponsor

Joel Peterson | Bendigo Weekly | 01-Oct-2015

SUPPORT: Interact Us' Travis Toms and Justin Day with BBA members.

With record team entries for the upcoming summer season, now is a good time to be involved with the Bendigo Basketball Association.

Along with over 430 teams, local business Interact Us has jumped on board, becoming the association’s new domestic competitions sponsor for two years.

The technology business has had a long relationship with the BBA, which is set to continue
under the deal.

BBA executive manager of sport, Brock Rogers, said the agreement would be vital to ensuring it can meet the ever-growing needs of its competitions.

“The end of the agreement will hopefully coincide with the opening of the new stadium which will be a really exciting time for us about two-and-a-half years down the track,” he said.

“What this will be able to do for us is to be able to grow and develop the sport and provide that equipment and resources to help us meet our targets in anticipation of the new stadium opening.

“I anticipate it will be a really positive relationship for both us and Interact Us.”

Interact Us’ Justin Day said the business was proud to be involved with the BBA.

“The biggest thing we looked at is that we have had a relationship with the stadium and especially the Braves and we thought it was a good opportunity to give back to more of that grassroots level,” he said.

“We have a family history in basketball, I played a lot and my business partner Trav has followed along those lines, and we think it is just a great organisation to be
involved in.”


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