North Queensland Fury sign six-figure deal

The A-League soccer club the North Queensland Fury FC has signed a multi-year sponsorship deal with the recruitment company, People Resourcing.

The A-League soccer club the North Queensland Fury FC has signed a multi-year sponsorship deal with the recruitment company, People Resourcing.

Details of the new three-year deal worth in excess of US$400,000 see People Resourcing appointed as the club's official recruitment partner. In return the company will enjoy extensive branding on the Northern Grandstand at the 26,500 capacity Dairy Farmers Stadium for all Fury home matches, as well as naming rights to the Fury's weekly match commentary on Townsville's Zinc FM radio station.

North Queensland Fury chief executive, Rabieh Krayem, said, "I'm delighted to welcome People Resourcing to our growing family of well-respect club partners and sponsors. People Resourcing is a specialised recruitment and labour hire services company with strong brand identity throughout Queensland who see this new partnership as a way of growing their business.

"We hope to announce in the coming weeks some further sponsorship agreement which will not only bring important funds into the club but help with the long term sustainability of the Fury," Krayem added.

People Resourcing founder and owner, Michael Wilson, said, "The sponsorship with North Queensland Fury is a perfect fit for us, as both our organisations share the same business and community values.

"We see North Queensland Fury's partnership with Mission Australia as the ideal opportunity to support an important community initiative and grow our business throughout North Queensland and Northern Territory.

"People Resourcing is about investing into the future of people and our sponsorship with the North Queensland Fury is about investment into the long term growth of our company and the success of the football club," Wilson added.