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AGL extends with West Coast

West Coast Eagles CEO Trevor Nisbett, AGL general manager customer markets Kellie Benda and AGL ambassador Andrew Gaff

AGL Limited has reinforced its support of the West Coast Eagles upon signing a new, two-year agreement to continue as the club’s shorts sponsor.

AGL, who joined the West Coast Eagles as a Premier Partner in 2017, will maintain their position on the players’ shorts as well as a range of digital and stadium assets.

In addition AGL will continue to work with West Coast Eagles’ extensive business network to launch and promote their Business Energy Solutions program.

West Coast Eagles chief executive Trevor Nisbett said the club was excited to continue its strong relationship with AGL.

“We are thrilled to continue our partnership with AGL,” he said.

“Since our partnership started in 2017, we believe the relationship has not only been beneficial for both parties, but more importantly the WA community.

“AGL will continue to support some of our community programs, such as the AGL Metres for Meals campaign, which raised over $28,000 for Foodbank WA, equating to more than 50,000 meals to help tackle hunger across WA.

“We look forward to building the partnership further over the next two years.”

AGL General Manager Customer Markets Kellie Benda said AGL was delighted to continue as a Premier Partner of the West Coast Eagles until the end of the 2020 AFL season.

“Since we began our association with West Coast on July 2017 when we entered the WA retail gas market, our partnership has generated high levels of brand awareness,” Ms Benda said.

“We are also pleased to have welcomed Eagles fans and members as customers under our special AGL West Coast Eagles gas plan.

“It’s exciting to have the Eagles’ star midfielder Andrew Gaff back in 2019 as our player ambassador in a role he has held since the partnership commenced.”

Ms Benda said AGL remained committed to Western Australia and growing its business in the state.

“We have created a foothold in the WA gas market as a retailer with around 35,000 customers and also as a purchaser of gas,” she said.

“We are proud to demonstrate our commitment to the WA community through our partnership with the Eagles, complemented by our community partnership with Surf Lifesaving WA. Through this partnership AGL donates funding and equipment to all 31 surf life saving clubs across WA.”