Energizer partners with Rugby League World Cup <p>Energizer will also take part in fan engagement activities at 25 RLWC2017 matches in Australia and New Zealand, including the involvement of the Mr Energizer mascot in the Mr Energizer Dance Cam.<p>Rohan Sawyer, RLWC2017 General Manager Commercial and Marketing said: “RLWC2017 is delighted to welcome another global brand to our corporate family.<p>“The trans-Tasman footprint of the tournament aligns with Energizer’s retail network and media campaign, and we are pleased to be working together to enhance the game day experience for fans.”<p>The RLWC is expected to draw an event record of 450,000 supporters at 28 games played in 13 cities, from 27 October to 2 December 2017, including 18 in Australia and seven in New Zealand.<p>It will be the biggest event in the region this year, with 14 nations contesting the Paul Barriere Trophy.
Hertz signs deal with Rugby League World Cup Eoin MacNeill, Vice President Asia Pacific, Hertz, added: “Hertz is excited to be the Official Car Rental Partner for the Rugby League World Cup 2017. The partnership will see Hertz deliver great deals to fans travelling to see their favourite teams, and we’re proud our extensive fleet will also be used for the wider operation of the tournament.”
Nestlé sponsors Rugby League World Cup In the lead-up to RLWC2017, Milo will utilise their national retail network in PNG to give local residents the chance to win one of 30 VIP packages* for two including flights, accommodation and tickets to one of the three games to be played at Oil Search National Football Stadium.
Telstra partners with Rugby League World Cup Rugby League World Cup 2017 welcomes Telstra as Official Partner of the tournament<p>Rugby League World Cup 2017 is delighted to announce Telstra as the Official Telecommunications and Technology Partner of the tournament in both Australia and New Zealand.
Road Tech Marine sponsors Rugby League World Cup On announcing the news, Jarrod Carroll, Road Tech Marine’s Chief Marketing Officer, said: “Everyone at Road Tech Marine is excited to be partnering with this year’s Rugby League World Cup and play an active role to promote the sport’s premier international event.
KFC signs deal with Rugby League World Cup The RLWC2017 will be co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand with three pool matches in Papua New Guinea from 27 October – 2 December 2017 and features 14 teams, contesting 28 games, in 13 cities. The tournament will be the biggest event in the region during 2017, with an estimated event record of 450,000 fans expected to attend the RLWC2017.