Brisbane Roar have announced a partnership with Westpoint Autos to become their Official Vehicle Partner as the A-League season approaches.
Brisbane Roar and Westpoint Autos aligned their values, with both parties keen on providing a sense of service to the South-East Queensland community as well as being active in schools, sporting groups and charities.
The partnership means that Westpoint Autos will feature on the front of the Men’s shorts and is also a retailer of league partner, Isuzu UTE.
Brisbane Roar benefit from this deal by having access to several Westpoint Autos vehicles. This includes the whole club from the staff to the Men’s and Women’s players.
Established in 1988 and located across South-East Queensland, Westpoint Autos is regarded as one of Australia’s most accomplished and innovative automotive groups. They offer four services which are:
- Car finance
- Car servicing
- Parts & accessories
- Free car valuation
Westpoint Autos is a family-owned and run dealership operating with strong core values, a commitment to service, and care for the community. They have expanded to 10 locations across Queensland and continue to grow as a company.
Brisbane Roar CEO Kaz Patafta was delighted with the move to collaborate with a local company.
“I’m pleased to welcome Westpoint Autos to the Brisbane Roar family. A family-owned business with a strong focus on supporting its community and is a philosophy that closely resonates with the new vision for Brisbane Roar,” he said in a club press release.
“We’re pleased to partner with a business that sets the standards within their industry in Brisbane, and we look forward to a successful working partnership.”
Luke Hawkins, Dealer Principal at Westpoint Autos, spoke about the connection between the company and sport, adding via media release:
“Westpoint Autos is looking forward to joining Brisbane Roar as Official Vehicle Partner. We are avid supporters of Junior, Men’s and Women’s sports and are excited to see a range of our vehicles supporting the Roar staff, and players around Brisbane and beyond,” he said.
This partnership is a great move from both parties and a big chance to not only benefit each other with the collaboration perks, but to also work towards improving the sport scene in South-East Queensland which is an important goal set out by Brisbane Roar CEO Kaz Patafta in the 2023/24 strategic plan.