It has been a great summer for the Melbourne Mustangs. Our preseason training sessions and tryouts have been going well and we can today confirm that Bryan Jeffrey and his team at MOAT: Mental Health Services and the Melbourne Mustangs will again be partnering for the 2014 and 2015 AIHL Seasons.
After positive discussions, MOAT Director Bryan Jeffrey and Melbourne Mustangs President, John Belic signed off on a deal last night whereby MOAT: Mental Health Services will become the Club’s naming rights sponsor for the 2014 and 2015 season. We will now be the MOAT: Melbourne Mustangs Ice Hockey Club for the next two seasons.
Club president John Belic who confirmed the deal last night, was ecstatic.
“MOAT: Mental Health Services and the Melbourne Mustangs are a great fit as many of the Mustangs core values are closely aligned with those of MOAT. We are a very proud club at the moment, not only because of naming right sponsorship but because we have a sponsor whose business we firmly believe in and will promote to our utmost ability. The two year deal is a substantial commitment and speaks highly of Bryan’s belief in the future success of our young club, both on and off the ice.”
Bryan Jeffrey, Director of MOAT: Mental Health Services, is a well known fixture around the Club already and he is looking forward to a successful season for the MOAT: Melbourne Mustangs. He is proud to be in a position to secure naming rights sponsorship for seasons 2014 and 2015.
“Since the inaugural season, we have been a major sponsor of the club, and are extremely proud to further develop this partnership for the benefit of the team, the loyal Mustangs fan base, and MOAT: Mental Health Services,” said Bryan.
“The MOAT: Melbourne Mustangs Ice Hockey Club is a fantastic organisation with qualities that MOAT is proud to be associated with – passion for the sport, for their team members, and for their community; as well as a level of integrity not often found in the elite sporting arena.”
The Board, Off Ice Team and Coaches of the MOAT: Melbourne Mustangs Ice Hockey Club are excited by the further development of this partnership and look forward to working with Bryan on a positive and collaborative relationship. We also look forward to having Bryan, Debra, their children and their guests at our games throughout the year and do hope he can join us on the road as he has in previous years.
About MOAT: Mental Health Services.
Since 2003, MOAT: Mental Health Services has been providing mental health services for a range of organisations, including those working with young people in care. This includes outreach mental health assessments and therapy, and interactive mental health training programs. For more information about MOAT: Mental Health Services, please check out their website. You can also like their Facebook Page.