SONIQ, a leading retailer of quality consumer technology products, is excited to announce the extension of its partnership with Softball Australia with the Summer Slam – Fully Loaded Softball.
The electronics retailer joined Softball Australia ahead of the inaugural Summer Slam season earlier this year. After experiencing first-hand the exciting, fast-paced nature of the unique format, SONIQ announced the continuation of its relationship with the sport’s governing body.
Under the new agreement, SONIQ will appear on the all new Summer Slam uniforms designed by First Ever.
“We’re pleased to be extending our partnership with Softball Australia and to become a bigger part of the Summer Slam – Fully Loaded Softball event,” said Song Su, General Manager of SONIQ.
“It was certainly exciting to see the inaugural event come to life and we look forward to a bigger and better season in 2020. It’s an exciting time to be part of the sport set for its return to the Olympic Games in July 2020.”
Softball Australia Chief Executive Officer David Pryles said the organisation is thrilled to be continuing the relationship into the New Year.
“SONIQ are great supporters of sport in Australia and we’re delighted they see value in continuing our partnership. It’s another tick of approval for our sport.” said Pryles.
“Thanks to Song and his team for their support, we’re looking forward to a big 2020.”
The partnership also delivers the exclusive Softball Australia discount for eligible fans and other exclusive offers through SONIQ’s online store, click here to sign up and start accessing offers today.
The Summer of Softball began early this year with the U18 Men’s National Championship played at Blacktown International Sportspark from 8 – 14 December 2019, followed by the Open Women’s National Championship and U14 Girl’s Regional Championship from 4-10 January.
Over in the east the U16 Boy’s and Girl’s National Championships takes place at Waverley, Victoria from 4-10 January, the Open Men’s National Championship and U14 Boy’s Regional Championship are held in the nation’s capital at Hawker from 12 – 18 January before the U18 Women’s National Championship wraps up Australian titles back at Blacktown International Sportspark from 19 – 25 January.
International softball then takes centre stage at Blacktown with the AP Cup from 30 January – 2 February, ahead of the exciting Summer Slam – Fully Loaded Softball from 3 – 5 February.
To purchase tickets for the AP Cup, click here.
To purchase tickets for the Summer Slam – Fully Loaded Softball, click here