Kyocera Joins NRL’s Manly Warringah Sea Eagles as Corporate Partner

By Community | May 27, 2014

National Rugby League (NRL) team the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles have announced today Kyocera as one of the Club’s new major corporate partners, with one of the world’s leading document solutions companies joining the eight-time NRL premiers as the official shorts sponsor.

Kyocera is very excited about the new partnership that will see their company align themselves with an NRL club for the very first time.

David Finn, Managing Director of Kyocera Document Solutions, Australia and New Zealand said,  “Kyocera is thrilled to be partnering with the Sea Eagles. The Club has an enviable record of high achievement and resilience, and we’re delighted to be associated with such a successful brand.”

Kyocera has a strong history in partnering with some of the most successful sporting brands from around the globe. Their current sporting partners included the 2014 Spanish Football Champions and recent Champions League runners-up, Atlético Madrid, as well as South African Super Rugby team, The Sharks.

Sea Eagles General Manager David Perry said it was a significant coup to have another prestigious and multi-national brand partner with the Club.

“We are delighted to enter into this partnership with Kyocera as we aim towards a positive 2014 season,” Perry said.

“Kyocera has a great history based on respect and tradition, and a philosophy based on innovation and leadership for which we strive here at the Sea Eagles.”

“Kyocera is a leading company in the field of Document Solutions and will be the Sea Eagles exclusive shorts partner in season 2014 with current discussions ongoing for a longer term partnership.”

“By attracting another multi-national brand like Kyocera to the club we know this will not only enhance the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles brand but the NRL and the game as a whole.”

“We look forward to working closely with Kyocera and forming a long term and mutually beneficial partnership well in to the future,” said Perry.