LEADING staffing, maintenance and project services company Programmed has backed Central Coast Mariners’ bid to secure its maiden Hyundai A-League Championship.
LEADING staffing, maintenance and project services company Programmed has backed Central Coast Mariners- bid to secure its maiden Hyundai A-League Championship.
The highly respected and innovative company offers business solutions, skills and knowledge to workplaces across all industry sectors in Australia and New Zealand.
Programmed branding will feature on the Club-s kit throughout this weekend-s highly anticipated Finals Series decider between the Mariners and Western Sydney Wanderers at Allianz Stadium.
Chief Executive Officer Programmed Integrated Workforce, Mr Brian Styles, said the company is pleased to have pledged its support to the Mariners for the biggest game of the 2012/13 A-League campaign.
“Programmed are thrilled to be supporting the Mariners through its finals journey and we wish them well in securing their first Championship,” Mr Styles said.
“There is no doubt that the A-League has captured the imagination of the sporting public, and Sunday-s contest should be a terrific game and a great spectacle.”
Programmed directly employs more than 10,000 skilled and semi-skilled staff across a broad range of government and private sector industries, and provides services to over 7,500 customers at 100 branches throughout Asia-Pacific.
Central Coast Mariners Chairman, Mr Peter Turnbull, said the Club is ecstatic to have partnered with an organisation of the repute of Programmed for the biggest day on Australia-s domestic football calendar.
“The team has enjoyed a fantastic preparation for this season-s Hyundai A-League Grand Final under the guidance of Graham Arnold and his staff,” Turnbull said.
“Now we-ve managed to achieve some great Grand Final week success off the pitch too, with Programmed committing their support to the Club for the decider.”
“We hope each of Programmed-s 10,000 staff will be cheering for our Club on Sunday.”
Programmed is active in the Australian sports sponsorship market, with the Mariners joining the AFL-s Fremantle Dockers and NRL-s Melbourne Storm on the company-s partner list for the A-League Grand Final.
Programmed is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange under the company code PRG.
For more information about Programmed, please visit www.Programmed.com.au
2012/13 Hyundai A-League Grand Final – Western Sydney Wanderers vs. Central Coast Mariners
Sunday 21 April, 2013
Allianz Stadium, Sydney
Twitter: The official hash-tag for the 2012/13 Hyundai A-League Grand Final is #ALeagueGF. Add #GoMariners to support Graham Arnold-s men in the decider!