XXXX signs deal with 2018 Commonwealth Games As the official beer and cider of the Games, GOLDOC Chairman Peter Beattie AC revealed brands from across the XXXX family, including Summer Bright Lager, will be activated in venues and at various festival zones throughout the Gold Coast and three event cities Brisbane, Townsville and Cairns. The Games are more than just 11 days of world class sport. Outside of competition there are a number of ways to enjoy the Games experience including Festival 2018 and the associated arts and culture festival. XXXX will bring the GOLD to the Gold Coast.
AURA partners with 2018 Commonwealth Games Commonwealth Games Minister Kate Jones has welcomed the newest sponsor to join the Games family – AURA – an Ipswich-based company that will also build portable wooden sports floors at the basketball and netball venues for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Cisco signs deal with 2018 Commonwealth Games Announced as the official Network Hardware Sponsor for the XXI Commonwealth Games, Cisco will provide solutions to enable the connectivity from the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation (GOLDOC) Technology Operation Centre, to 18 venues, 18 media centres and 24 volunteer venues. Cisco is providing network infrastructure with scalable capability to enable high-speed transmission of critical data across a highly secure, digital platform.
Sting Sports signs deal with 2018 Commonwealth Games The Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation (GOLDOC) have announced Australian manufacturer STING as the Official Supplier of Boxing equipment to the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018). From the 5-14 April 2018, the best Boxers in the Commonwealth will fight for Gold using STING equipment in front of a packed crowd at Oxenford Studios. GOLDOC Chairman, Peter Beattie AC said, STING is a great Australian brand that punches above its weight on the global stage. “STING will supply the Games with elite products ensuring every boxer at the Games is using a product of unrivalled quality made by an Australian company.” “Boxing fans will have the opportunity to purchase tickets to witness greatness rarely seen when ticket sales open to the general public from 5 July,” Mr Beattie said. STING continues its presence on the world stage after a successful Rio 2016 campaign which followed its sponsorship of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. STING Director, Amir Anis said his team were very proud to be involved in a Commonwealth Games on home soil. “STING is a proud Australian brand where our equipment is used by the world over. We’re thrilled to be able to be involved with GC2018 and cannot wait to see all athletes have the chance to fulfil their dreams.” “As the sole Australian owned company licenced by the International Boxing Association, it’s only natural for STING to supply the equipment to GC2018.” “From Glasgow to Rio and now the Gold Coast our brand continues to grow across the world and our partnership with GC2018 is proof of that,” Mr Anis said. GC2018 hopeful and STING athlete Skye Nicolson said the Games is her key focus. “My training has been aligned with International competitions this year for the GC2018 qualifiers, and to know that STING will be the equipment to use if I qualify gives me a lot of confidence.” “I couldn’t be more excited about the opportunity to compete at a home games in my own backyard. I’m from Queensland so it will be a dream come true to compete in front all of my family and friends,” Nicolson said. STING will supply the competition boxing ring, gloves and other training equipment for the boxing athletes. ENDS For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact: