The Tweed Heads Seagulls are delighted to welcome Ben Campbell Building Group as naming rights sponsor for the next 12 months.
The building company, which has construction projects from Port Douglas in Far North Queensland to Coffs Harbour on the mid-North NSW Coast, has previously been a valued sponsor of the Canterbury Bulldogs in the NRL.
Ben Campbell Building Group has 36 employees and specialises in new home design and construction, renovations and alterations, commercial building and insurance repairs, and even have their own in-house architects.
They have offices on the Sunshine Coast, Far North Queensland and on Ashmore Road at Bundall.
Director Ben Campbell, a keen league man who played county first grade as a hooker, said he was excited to be part of the Seagulls’ ambitious plans recently announced.
“We work in every area the Seagulls play matches, other than PNG, so the association with the club is an ideal way to widen our exposure and to also give back to rugby league, a sport I have been involved in for most of my life,” Mr Campbell said.
“We are keen to increase our business on the Tweed and Gold Coast and have also moved into development as well.
“We do work from small insurance jobs to multi-million-dollar projects. And by having our in-house architects, we can sit down with the client and assist with all the details of a major renovation or a new build and ensure they get what they want but also maximise the block of land they are working with.”
Ben Campbell Building Group recently won the Queensland Master Builders Association Award for best home renovation/remodeling project and best contract house under $300,000 in the Northern NSW Master Builders Awards.
Tweed Heads Seagulls player Will Johnstone models a new-look jersey.
Tweed Heads Seagulls CEO Scott Clark said he was excited about bringing in a new major sponsor which is passionate about rugby league, especially at grassroots level, and has ambition for developing its business in regional Queensland and NSW.
“It was great to see Ben was impressed and excited about the club’s plans and vision for the future and we look forward to developing a strong and successful relationship with Ben Campbell Building Group,” Clark said.
“I have seen first-hand the quality of their work and I hope this is the start of a long, mutually beneficial, relationship.”
Ben Campbell Building Group take over the naming rights sponsorship from the Romano Group who supported the club for four years as the major shirt sponsor, through the generosity of former Seagulls player Bap Romano.
The club would like to thank Bap for his significant support of the club for many years.
Find out more about Ben Campbell Building Group at their website: www.bencampbellbuilding.com.au