Wednesday, May 29, 2024

The Flying Colours Group signs on with Cricket Tasmania and the Hobart Hurricanes

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Cricket Tasmania are delighted to announce that The Flying Colours Group have joined their partnership portfolio as the Official Signage and Printing Partner for Cricket Tasmania and the Hobart Hurricanes.

Established in 1990 in Northern Tasmania as a small printing and stationary business, The Flying Colours Group quickly evolved, moving to focus purely on the commercial print market with a commitment to providing exceptional quality and service to its clients state-wide.

Scott Barnes, Cricket Tasmania’s General Manager of Hurricanes and Commercial, said of the three-year partnership;

“We’re thrilled to welcome The Flying Colours Group to our growing partnership family.

“As proud Tasmanian brands, Cricket Tasmania and the Hobart Hurricanes are proud of the partnerships we have with a number of other well-known Tasmanian organisations. We relish the opportunity these partnerships present to grow and promote cricket right around our state from grassroots to the elite level.”

Matthew Lowe, Managing Director of The Flying Colours Group, added;

“The Flying Colours Group is proud to be an Official Partner of both Cricket Tasmania and the Hobart Hurricanes. As an award-winning state-wide printing and signage company – a one-stop shop with a personalised touch that can be relied upon for any business needs – we look forward to continuing our work with Cricket Tasmania, bringing the community together through their passion for sport.”


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