SolarHub Extends Naming Rights Agreement with ACT Netball
Continuing their successful relationship with ACT Netball, SolarHub reaffirms their commitment with a 3-Year deal, maintaining naming rights until 2026.
SolarHub has been sponsoring ACT Netball since 2015, with the relationship first beginning when SolarHub were appointed to design, supply, and install a 51kW commercial solar PV system for the Netball ACT Centre in Lyneham.
Netball ACT’s CEO Sally Clark says the 3-year partnership is an opportunity for Netball ACT to provide opportunities for everyone to play the sport of Netball in the Capital Territory.
“The extension of our partnership with SolarHub demonstrates that successful, local businesses in the ACT see value in supporting community sport,” Sally said.
“Sponsorship from organisations such as SolarHub aligns with Netball ACT’s values and enables Netball ACT to invest in programs and facilities, providing a better experience for the netball community in the ACT.”
Emphasising the shared goals of both organisations, SolarHub CEO, Benn Masters, stated: “SolarHub has a decade-long tradition of proudly supporting community sports. We’re eager to support Netball ACT in the coming years.”
“Whether at the grassroots or professional level, we are dedicated to seeing netball flourish in our region,” Benn mentioned. “We aim to amplify opportunities for newcomers and strengthen the sport’s reputation.”
In addition to the naming rights, SolarHub continues to honour community contributors through the ‘SolarHub Homegrown Hero Award’ during ACT Netball’s annual presentation nights. This accolade celebrates individuals who have demonstrated exceptional dedication to the sport, highlighting their efforts in delivering sustainable change and creating a positive impact within the netball community.
Courtney Johnson (right) from SolarHub presenting the 2022 SolarHub Homegrown Hero Award to Tania Rynne (left).