To maximise exposure during the Commonwealth Games, The Agency has announced a new sponsorship deal with the Kurrawa Surf Club at Broadbeach, one of the largest surf life-saving clubs on the Gold Coast.
The Agency partnership will provide all Kurrawa Surf Club members with a 20 per cent discount on the selling fee of their property, with five per cent of this discount donated directly back to the surf life-saving club.
“The Agency supports our patrons by providing guidance and assistance in the Gold Coast real estate market, whilst also benefitting our surf club and our continued mission to keep our beaches safe and provide awareness in the local area,” said Mark Forbes, Partnership and Commercial Manager at Kurrawa Surf Club.
The Agency will also assist the Kurrawa Surf Club in the purchase of rescue gear and equipment, as well as the training of new surf lifesavers.
“Brand new club facilities provide these young athletes with some of the best training facilities in Australia, and keep Gold Coast locals and visitors safe on our world-class beaches,” said veteran local agent John Natoli.
Since 1958, the club has played an integral role in overseeing the safety of all beachgoers at Kurrawa – up to 5,000 people daily. These efforts will no doubt be tested this month, with more than 670,000 visitors on the Gold Coast for the Commonwealth Games.
“Surf life-saving in Australia represents the largest volunteer movement of its kind in the world. At The Agency, we are delighted to be a part of a community that supports fundraising efforts to keep this movement healthy and productive,” said Mr Natoli.
“Apart from keeping swimmers safe on our beaches, the surf life-saving movement provides an environment that nurtures healthy living and builds confidence amongst our youth. At the same time, it teaches them many values that will carry them forward as outstanding citizens throughout their lives.”
Today the Kurrawa Surf Club has more than 1,000 active members and 14,000 supporters. Only recently club athletes Matt Bevilacqua and Brielle Cooper took out the 2017/2018 Nutri-Grain Ironman and Ironwoman series.