The Brisbane Bullets and Rork Projects are thrilled to announce that Rork Projects will be joining the club as a Major Partner.
The significant announcement means the successful Australian construction company will increase their support of the NBL Club after first joining as an Official Partner and Indigenous Round naming rights partner last season.
Bullets CEO Peter McLennan says the fact Rork Projects have decided to increase their support in the club shows that they believe in where the NBL franchise is heading both on and off court.
“Having Rork Projects decide to increase their sponsorship during the COVID-19 period shows just how much they believe in our direction and in what we’re building as a club,” McLennan said.
“This significant investment makes Rork Projects the biggest individual partner the Bullets have had since the club returned to the National Basketball League.
“It equally shows Rork Projects’ progressive thinking during this time for their own business growth and leadership.
“Rork Projects have strong community values – they provide local jobs, they back local business and they give back to the community through programs like their Wa Initiative.
“We’re excited to be working alongside Rork Projects and just as they have invested in a partnership with us, we too are invested to assist them in achieving their key business goals for the coming years.”
Rork Projects will feature prominently on the Bullets home and away jerseys for NBL21 while also retaining their strong presence around the NBL’s Indigenous round.
Rork Projects Managing Director Brian O’Rourke says the decision to grow the partnership with the Brisbane Bullets was built on a shared vision between the two organisations.
“As an Australian company we’re proud to invest with the Brisbane Bullets and the NBL as organisations that believe in growing Australian communities and industries,” O’Rourke said.
“Now more than ever it is important to back local.
“The Brisbane Bullets have strong and positive future under Peter’s leadership and we’re excited to support them through their growth, as we too continue to grow Rork Projects nationally and here in Queensland.”
Rork Projects Co-owner John Paul Janke said the partnership with the Brisbane Bullets provides a platform to engage new audiences and promote what is important to Rork Projects.
“The Bullets share our vision to celebrate and encourage Indigenous achievement, which is why we will remain the Bullets’ naming rights sponsor for the Indigenous round,” Janke said.
“We are leading our industry as agents of change and we’re thrilled to make that change with the Brisbane Bullets and the NBL.”