Bluetongue Beer has extended its naming rights sponsorship of the Central Coast Stadium in Gosford, Australia for another two years.
The 20,000 capacity venue, home of A-League soccer club Central Coast Mariners, will continue to be known as the Bluetongue Stadium in a deal which also provides the Pacific Beverages-owned brand exclusive pouring rights.
Peter McLoughlin, chief executive of Pacific Beverages, said: "We are proud to announce our ongoing partnership with the Stadium. Bluetongue’s affiliation with the Central Coast region is very important to us, particularly with the new Bluetongue Brewery being commissioned within weeks in Warnervale. We are the local brewers in the region and investing into the local community is important to us. Our progress to date is in no small way attributed to the support from local customers and consumers and the decision to continue to support the region was an easy one."
Bluetongue Stadium managing director Monique Marks added: "We are very pleased to welcome Bluetongue back for a third term as the naming rights sponsor of our stadium. Given Bluetongue’s strong Central Coast heritage and its popularity in the region, the brand is an ideal fit for us. Our patrons recognise it as a home-grown success story and are proud to drink a brand that is their own."