Brown Property Group are pleased to announce that we have recommitted to the Casey Demons’ VFL team as the naming rights sponsor for the 2022 and 2023 seasons.
The partnership will see the Brown Property Group logo displayed on the front of the club’s VFL home and away playing jumpers, plus all official club on and off-field apparel.
“Given our current climate and the challenges of the last two years, this partnership shows significant faith in the programs we are running here at Casey,” Peter Maynard, GM of Commercial Partners and Stakeholders for Casey Demons told Melbourne Media.
“Given the size and success of the Brown Property Group, and their significant footprint in the City of Casey through several major land developments, they will certainly help continue to increase the club’s own brand and profile in the region.
“We have a number of significant business partnerships in the City of Casey and we are very excited that a vast majority, including Brown Property Group, have chosen to continue with the club in 2022.”
Brown Property Group is a private property development company that has operated across Melbourne’s east and south-eastern suburbs for over 40 years.
With a number of master-planned residential communities such as Riverfield (Clyde), Meridian (Clyde North) and Canopy at Amstel (Cranbourne) currently selling, Brown Property Group has a well-established track record of delivering high-quality master-planned communities within the City of Casey.
For Brown Property Group, residential development is about creating strong communities, with a focus on providing amenity, connectivity, and liveability for their residents.
Brown Property Group has always been committed to supporting local sporting clubs and organisations as they provide important social networks and encourage healthy and active lifestyles.
“We’re really excited to extend our partnership with the Casey Demons,” Brown Property Group Marketing Manager Graham Nolan told Melbourne Media.
“Brown Property Group have always been committed to partnering with inspiring community organisations local to the communities we are developing, and we see the partnership with Casey Demons as a great fit.
“It’s been a tough few years for the local community and by extension sporting clubs, we’re excited to see local football up and running again and we wish the (Casey) Demons all the best for the season ahead.”