The Western Force proudly announced today that the club will continue its partnership with leading engineering and project services contractor, Clough, with the company signing on as a Major Partner through to 2019.
Established in 1919, Clough provides services to the Hydrocarbons, Marine, Minerals, and Infrastructure markets in Australia; Asia; Europe, Middle East and Africa; and North America. Clough has been on board with the Western Force as a Major Partner and collar sponsor since 2014.
Entering their fourth season with the club, Clough’s logo will proudly feature on the right chest of the Western Force jersey for the next three seasons.
Today’s announcement also marks the unveiling of the 2017 Western Force home jersey. The club has decided to go back to the traditional design of the blue jersey with the iconic black swan.
A return to this style demonstrates pride in playing for Western Australia, shows respect for our past and provides us with strong direction moving forward.
Western Force General Manager Mark Sinderberry welcomed the continued partnership with Clough saying it is fantastic to have the ongoing support of the Western Australian company.
“We are proud to be partnering with Clough for another three seasons and we are thrilled to have the continued support of such a prominent Western Australian company.”
“Clough shares our passion for growing rugby from the grassroots level right through to the Western Force and over the last three years have been integral in helping our club strive towards our goals.
“The relationship is further strengthened by this agreement and we thank Clough for standing by us in a difficult time as we look forward to an exciting next three years of this partnership.”
Clough CEO and Managing Director, Peter Bennett, said his organisation is thrilled to renew our partnership with the Western Force through to 2019.
“Clough is proud to continue to stand beside the Force, both in difficult times such as these and in the good times that will surely come. Being a partner with the Western Force and continuing our commitment to keeping Super Rugby in Western Australia, which aligns our interests in the game and the local community.”
To find out more about Clough, visit www.clough.com.au .