Football Gold Coast are excited to announce a partnership with local food establishment Boom Boom Burgers.
The partnership comes at a perfect time for both parties, with the objective and vision on expanding the reach of football in the local community a high priority.
Boom Boom Burgers has a clear vision that they see by expanding their reach into the football community, with the general purpose of the partnership being to expand and create interest in the brand and product.
Silvana Karupovic, owner of Boom Boom Burgers in Chevron Island, says the relationship between the community and Boom Boom Burgers should be one of togetherness and a feeling of belonging.
“I want to offer anyone involved in the football community a place that they can feel comfortable. I want to create a atmosphere that is happy to be around and a cornerstone for everyone to be part of.”
The establishment will begin their relationship with Football Gold Coast as a Man of the Match sponsor for the local Club Health and Wellness Premier League competition and a Team of the Week sponsor for the Miniroos competition.
Regularly running social nights for community groups such as the “two-wheel society” of push bikes or motorbike and student groups, Boom Boom Burgers feels that the same can be done for the local footballing community.
The establishment also have a great policy for those that serve our community in the police, ambulance and fire forces, with a 50% discount offer for all those eligible.
“I have a lot of ideas for the FGC community and I look forward to implementing them as time goes on. We have a plan and a vision where we see the relationship growing to.”
Football Gold Coast General Manager Damien Bresic praised the partnership and could only see the positives that come from such a relationship.
“It is great for our local football community to have a sponsor like Boom Boom Burgers on board. It will create more interest in our game and give our high achievers a reward for their efforts. We would like to thank Silvana and her team for all the support as we moved through the deal.”