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Go Media - naming rights sponsor for 2018 campaign

8 December 2017

For Immediate Release

The Manawatu Jets are pleased to announce the naming rights sponsor for their 2018 New Zealand National Basketball League campaign. "We are thrilled to announce ‘The Go Media Manawatu Jets.’ It’s fantastic to have Go Media, a forward-thinking innovative media company, on board as our naming rights sponsor. They share our community values and have the opportunity to help us get the Jets name back out in the community after our two year absence,” said chairman Richard Hansen.

Dean Shaw, director and business owner of Go Media said, "Go Media is pumped about being on-board with the Jets! As a proud Palmy owned and operated company, we couldn’t think of a better team to be backing as they jump back into the NBL. We are looking forward to building a great relationship with the team and management and through the use of our new digital billboards, bus-back advertising and billboard media throughout the region, it’s bound to be a successful first season back in the big league. Go the Jets!”

Piers Finch, Jets General Manager said, “The digital aspect that Go Media brings ‘on board' is going to enhance the game day atmosphere and add elements the Jets fan base has never seen. We can’t wait to have our local players plastered across busses, billboards and more importantly, digital billboards around the region. The team at Go Media are great and we're looking forward to working closely with them in the months to come.”

“We’re very humbled at the number of companies that have put their hand up to help. We’d like to thank the following for their support as we move towards the 2018 season; Property Brokers, UCOL, Palmerston North City Council, McDonald’s Manawatu, Inspire Net, Innove Design, Stewart’s Mitre 10 Mega, Courtesy Ford and Grass Roots Media have all been working with us to help deliver a fantastic product in 2018,” said Finch. “We’re gearing up for a massive push to have basketball back in full force here in the Manawatu and we will need every basketball fan to come forward and support our relaunch! To help, please visit our website – www.thejets.co.nz.”

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About Go Media

Go Media Limited is the largest independent outdoor media provider in New Zealand. We are a progressive media supplier for agencies and direct clients seeking outdoor media solutions within New Zealand. Our mission is to deliver exceptional, highly personalised media solutions to our clients, ensuring they receive premium brand exposure. Go Media Group operates a dedicated direct and agency sales team based out of Auckland, Christchurch, and Palmerston North. This gives us a strong local and national presence, allowing us to create the perfect campaign for each individual client. Go Media aims to be the company of choice for both agencies and direct clients, as well as the employer of choice for our superior sales and support team. We are proudly a New Zealand owned and operated company that values innovation, flexibility, fun, and a community focus. www.gomedia.co.nz


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