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People’s Choice Credit Union will remain the Adelaide Strikers Major Partner for another year, a partnership across both the men’s and women’s Strikers teams.
For over three years, this partnership has seen two community-focused organisations thriving together in support of cricket across Australia.
To celebrate the renewal of the partnership and the launch of the At Home with the Adelaide Strikers video series, People’s Choice Credit Union are holding a $10k Summer Giveaway.
Entries for the chance to win $10,000 plus a cricket bat and shirt signed by the Strikers BBL|12 team will open on the People’s Choice website on Wednesday, December 14.
“The Strikers are such a popular and exciting part of Adelaide’s community life – so we’re very proud to continue our relationship into a fourth year,” said Maria-Ann Camilleri, Chief Member Officer at People’s Choice.
“It was tremendous to watch the Striker’s women win the title just a few weeks ago, and now we get to enjoy the men’s team trying to equal them across the summer. It’s going to be great.”
South Australian Cricket Association Chief Commercial Officer Phil King said SACA and the Strikers are proud to partner with People’s Choice.
“We’re really pleased to be extending our partnership with People’s Choice Credit Union, they have been big supporters of the Strikers teams for several years,” King said.
“Our two member-centric organisations are perfectly aligned and we are looking forward to another year of working alongside People’s Choice and continuing to build cricket around the state.”
During BBL|12, the People’s Choice VIP Pavilion will be back bigger and better than ever at every Adelaide Strikers match at Adelaide Oval, and to celebrate their renewed partnership with The Adelaide Strikers, People’s Choice Credit Union, will offer a ticket to the Strikers game on the 14th of December for every child and an accompanying adult who participates in a local community competition administered by SACA.
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