Hit105 Slam-dunk a Bullets Deal
SCA’s hit105 has signed on as official radio partner for the Brisbane Bullets.
In addition, hit105 will be the naming rights sponsor of the club’s new cheerleading team as part of the three-year deal.
Brisbane Bullets CEO Mitchell Murphy said: “SCA has outstanding brands and the company’s commitment to innovation is first-rate and we’re delighted SCA Brisbane has chosen to get right behind the relaunch of the Brisbane Bullets.
“I applaud the leadership of Richard Barker (General Manager of SCA Brisbane) during the negotiations to forge the alliance and our club looks forward to working closely with the talented team at SCA to drive great outcomes for both parties.
“Beyond the basketball, SCA shares the Brisbane Bullets’ passion for community engagement and I know we can collectively do some memorable activities to enrich people’s lives.”
hit105’s General Manager Richard Barker said, “We are thrilled to have the Brisbane Bullets back on Brisbane’s sporting landscape. hit105 was a long standing partner of the Brisbane Bullets and are very excited to reform this relationship.”
The Brisbane Bullets return to the NBL in October and will be coached by Andrej Lemanis, who’ll guide the Australian Boomers at the Olympic Games in Rio this August.