Contributed by: Brett Northey
World Footy News welcomes aboard a new sponsor - Tribal Sport, headed by David Lake, International Cup coach of Papua New Guinea as well as QAFL club Morningside and previously coach of Mt Gravatt in the NEAFL. Here Tribal Sport discusses their origins and a deal on offer to all countries competing at the 2014 AFL International Cup.
The brand Tribal Sport was built on serving the Sporting Communities of the Pacific - Supporting the players, the volunteers and fans so that they too could send their message to competitors about their Pride, Heritage and Culture. The gear is made with all those things in mind as we attempt to accentuate the virtues of the participants from these regions.
As they have developed and supported the brand in the Pacific we have now taken our place in the Australian market as a key supplier to all the different sports AFL, Rugby, Netball, Cricket, etc.
As we continue to form key alliances in the Australian and South Pacific markets we look to strengthen our position as a key supplier in the supply of Sportswear to clubs/schools and corporates.
With the upcoming IC14 coming along in August this season we are looking to further expand our brand through Australian Football teams across the World. What better way than to offer starter deals so you can get your country's team looking its best. Click on the Tribal Sports banner link to view the deals we have put together for you. If you can’t see what you want please contact us on email@example.com and tell us how we can best give you what you need for your country.
So far it's ‘welcome to the tribe’ Papua New Guinea and Tonga.
We look forward to making our brand at Tribal your vehicle to success at the upcoming IC14.
World Footy News