McDonald’s return as senior partner

Central Coast Mariners are pleased to announce that McDonald’s are returning as a Senior Partner for the 2022/23 season after being a valued supporter and partner of the club for many years.

The partnership, will continue to focus on giving back to the local community through the Macca’s Half Time Heroes, Macca’s Community Grants program and the Ronald McDonald Children’s Charities match day.

Macca’s Halftime Heroes will return at all home matches, providing local junior footballers the opportunity to display their skills on the main pitch at Central Coast Stadium.

The Macca’s Community Grants program, introduced last season, offers 14-18 year old athletes a chance to further their athletic development with access to equipment, private coaching and funding assistance for sport related costs.

Last season’s winners, Emily Miles and Max Miller shared in over $5,000 worth of development support thanks to Macca’s.

Central Coast Mariners’ Business Development Manager Gabby Bowles was excited to welcome McDonalds back on board.

“We are delighted to be working with McDonalds again this season to provide opportunities to young athletes and highlight the great work of Ronald McDonald House Charities through the Gosford Hospital Family room.

“McDonalds have always had a strong focus supporting grassroots football and it has become a highlight of Central Coast Mariners match days to see the smiling face of the Macca’s Half Time Heroes” Bowles concluded.

Dave McMullen, McDonald’s Market Director for New South Wales, says Macca’s is excited to renew the partnership.

“Being a part of Aussie communities is something that’s incredibly important to McDonald’s,” he said. “We’re proud to play an active role in supporting and connecting Mariners fans and players – including the next generation of young sports stars.

“We’re looking forward to next season!

Everyone at Central Coast Mariners would like to welcome McDonald’s back on board.

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