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Red Rooster extends partnership with Sydney Roosters

The announcement coincides with a new menu which will be launched in the coming weeks.

Red Rooster has extended its Premier Partnership with the Sydney Roosters for a further three years, with the announcement coming less than two weeks before the kick-off to the 2021 NRL season.

In extending their partnership with the Roosters through to the end of 2023, Red Rooster’s logo will feature on the back left panel of the NRL playing shorts, as well as across LED and on-field bolster signage at all Roosters home games.

Red Rooster has also been unveiled as the Club’s Official Membership Partner, with all 2021 Sydney Roosters Membership Packs including Red Rooster vouchers and special discounts for Members. This also coincides with a new menu which will be launched in the coming weeks, including fried chicken.

“It’s wonderful that this partnership between two iconic Roosters will continue for a further three years, and we look forward to working with the team at the Roosters on a number of unique fan engagement initiatives for Members and fans,” Red Rooster CEO Clint Ault said.

“We’re thrilled to announce the extension of our premier partnership with Australia’s most iconic roast chicken family restaurant, Red Rooster, which will see their famous logo appear on the back left panel of Sydney Roosters playing shorts for the next three years,” added Sydney Roosters COO Jarrod Johnstone.

“On the back of this, Red Rooster has identified some exciting opportunities to connect with our Members and fans throughout the year, and we look forward to working with them on these initiatives which coincide with Red Rooster’s full menu refresh with a number of new offerings.”

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