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Vodafone return as naming rights partner of Super Rugby according to : rugby

as mentioned in Australian rugby has been given a much-needed boost, securing Vodafone as a Super Rugby sponsor on the eve of the 2017 season.
The announcement came at the launch of the 2017 Super Rugby competition and amid ongoing reviews over the structure of the competition moving beyond 2018.
“Vodafone and Australian Rugby have a long history together dating back to when the Vodafone logo first appeared on the Wallabies jersey in 1998 and we are proud to welcome them back as the naming rights partner for Super Rugby in Australia for the next four years.
“With teams based across the country, Super Rugby gives Vodafone a chance to show off the significant investment in the network we have made throughout Australia.”— Vodafone Australia (@VodafoneAU) February 13, 2017Super Rugby kicks off with a match between the Melbourne Rebels and Auckland Blues on Thursday February 23.
“You could argue that this is the biggest ‘comeback’ in Australian Rugby this season and we look forward to working with Vodafone to make this 22nd season of Super Rugby in Australia the best yet.

Vodafone return as naming rights partner of Super Rugby

As it stated in It was also naming right’s partner for Super Rugby from 2001 to 2003.
Vodafone has signed a four-year deal to be the naming rights sponsor of the competition, which hosts teams in Australia, South Africa and New Zealand.
Vodafone’s on again off again relationship with the Australian Rugby Union (ARU) as a major sponsor has turned another page with the telco signing on as the headline sponsor of the Super Rugby series.
“With teams based across the country, Super Rugby gives Vodafone a chance to show off the significant investment in the network we have made throughout Australia,” McIntosh said.
ARU CEO, Bill Pulver, said the return of Vodafone to the ranks of Rugby sponsors was a welcome one.

ARU name Vodafone as Super Rugby naming rights sponsor in four-year deal

As it stated in The Australian Rugby Union has announced a new Super Rugby naming rights sponsor with Vodafone signing a four-year partnership.
Vodafone had previously been naming rights sponsor of the competition from 2001-2003 and was also the naming rights partner for the Wallabies for five years from 1998 to 2003.
Super Rugby kicks off on February 23 when the Melbourne Rebels host the Blues in Melbourne.
ARU CEO Bill Pulver called it the biggest ‘comeback’ in Australian rugby.
“You could argue that this is the biggest ‘comeback’ in Australian Rugby this season and we look forward to working with Vodafone to make this 22nd season of Super Rugby in Australia the best yet.

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