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Ray White Windsor back the Waratahs for second year running

By Julianne Micallef

Local real estate office Ray White Windsor is again an official partner of the Super Rugby team the NSW Waratahs this season.

As part of the largest real estate network in NSW, they have entered into a partnership with the NSW Waratahs as back of jersey sponsor for the second year running.

A 2014 sponsor of the reigning premiers, the Ray White logo will remain on the back of Waratah jerseys and Ray White NSW CEO Stephen Nell praised the partnership between the two as the perfect fit.

“As the state’s only representative rugby team, the NSW Waratahs are the perfect fit for us. After the success of 2014, there was no doubt about continuing our partnership this season.”

“Not only is there a strong affinity between our brand and Waratahs fans, this relationship gives us a unique association with the state.  This allows us to bring together all 270 of our NSW franchisees like nothing else.”

Waratahs Rugby CEO Jason Allen commended the commitment of Ray White.

“As we finalise our preparations for the exciting season ahead, this is a massive boost for Waratahs Rugby,” said Waratahs Rugby CEO Jason Allen.

“We are absolutely thrilled Ray White continued their support.  From our members and fans to players and partners, we are all looking forward to seeing the team run out in the NSW home strip later this month.”

A former Orange City player, Nell added, “Ray White NSW people are really passionate about NSW and there are an awful lot of us here that are really passionate about rugby.”

“Our partnership with the NSW Waratahs has been really well received across our NSW network.”

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