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Ray White gets behind the Waratahs for the third year running

By Monica Boyd

Ray White NSW is pleased to announce the extension of their official partnership with the NSW Waratahs for the 2016 season.

After beginning their sponsorship in 2014 – the first year the Tahs won the championship – Ray White will continue to have their back for the third year running.

Ray White NSW CEO Stephen Nell considers the Ray White NSW partnership with the Tahs as the perfect fit.

“There was no question of Ray White not continuing this successful partnership. As the only representative rugby team in NSW, and a force in the Super Rugby competition, the combination with the Ray White brand is nothing less than a match made in heaven,” said Nell.

“There’s a strong affinity between our brand and Waratahs fans and this relationship gives us a unique association with the state. This partnership unites us and brings together all our NSW franchisees like nothing else,” he said.

Waratahs Rugby CEO Greg Harris said he was pleased to continue the relationship with Ray White. “I’d like to thank the entire team at Ray White NSW for extending their support,” he said.

“Forging ongoing relationships with our partners is an important component within the Waratahs family, so the renewed commitment from Ray White for the third year in a row is truly appreciated.”

Stephen Nell added that the people of NSW are passionate about rugby, and so is Ray White.
“Our partnership with the NSW Waratahs continues to be positive for our NSW network.”

The NSW Waratahs are a fixture in the NSW community and Ray White is passionate about community. Ray White NSW looks forward to continuing their support for the state’s premier Super Rugby team, and a great 2016 season.

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