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The Melbourne Stars are pleased to announce that TripADeal has signed on as a Premier Partner for BBL|12.

The partnership will see TripADeal featured on the sleeve of the BBL|12 Playing Top, as well as LED signage at Stars games and integration within the Stars’ social media assets.

Blair Crouch, General Manager of the Melbourne Stars said:

“It’s wonderful to welcome TripADeal to the Stars Family.

“After meeting with the team earlier this year, it became very clear that both organisations share a number of similar values and ambitions and we look forward to bringing them to life throughout BBL|12.

“We think this partnership will help connect Stars members and fans with TripADeal like never before.”

Richard Johnston, Co-founder of TripADeal said:

“TripADeal is excited to join the Stars family and support them for the upcoming season.

“At TripADeal, we have a long legacy of backing teams that have strong community roots and to give back to the Stars in this way is meaningful.

“We’re really stoked to see how they perform this season.”

About TripADeal
TripADeal is an online travel agent offering bucket list tour, cruise and escape packages at unbelievable prices to every continent including Antarctica, sending 60,000+ travellers around the world every year. Australian owned and operated, TripADeal was founded in 2011 by Norm Black and Richard Johnston and is based in Byron Bay. TripADeal was voted ‘Best Online Travel Agency’ by the Australian Federation of Travel Agents (AFTA) in 2017 and topped the Financial Review Fast 100 list for 2016 and 2017. In 2020, the company partnered with investor BGH Capital (BGH) and in May 2022 joined forces with Qantas Loyalty to offer even  better value to holiday makers by allowing them to earn and use Qantas Points on all TripADeal holidays. TripADeal proudly sponsors the St George Illawarra Dragons, the Manly Sea Eagles and Carlton Football Club.

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