The Hobart Hurricanes are a team based in Tasmania in Australia’s domestic T20 Big Bash League. Some of the renowned players have been a part of this team and have helped them finish as runners-up on two separate occasions. The men in purple will be looking forward to winning their maiden BBL title this time around. Let us take a look at the team’s sponsors for 2020:
Tassal – The Tasmanian-based company produces fresh and healthy salmon for more than 30 years now and is considered Australia’s largest fresh Atlantic salmon producer. They are the principal sponsors of the Hobart Hurricanes.
Cadbury – Cadbury has been the leading producer of dairy products, including chocolates and much more worldwide, and their Claremont Factory in Hobart is the traditional historic home of Cadbury chocolate in Australia since 1921. Most of the milk used to make Cadbury’s products is sourced from the North-West region of Tasmania and processed at Cadbury’s Burnie milk depot.
Lion – Lion is the major sponsor of the Hobart Hurricanes. They also market premium brands in the dairy, juice, soy, beer, cider, fine wine, spirits, alcoholic ‘ready-to-drink’ and non-alcohol beverages categories.
Blundstone – The company name proudly presents the Hobart Hurricanes who play at the Blundstone Arena at Bellerive in Hobart. The Blundstone Group has won prestigious community-based honors and awards in occupational health and safety, alternative action, vocational education and training, process innovation, and product quality – which serves as testimony to their performance levels and commitment to the community.
Wilson Security – The security professionals at Wilson Security are the official Headwear partner of the Hobart Hurricanes. When it comes to security, local knowledge is vital. 2014 saw Wilson Security acquire ISS’s commercial security operations in Australia and its entire First Security business in New Zealand, strengthening their position as the region’s leading security provider.
Hydro Tasmania – The company is Australia’s largest generator of clean, renewable energy and water manager. They have been powering Tasmania for over 100 years with renewable energy now and are the Hobart Hurricanes’ official coaches partner.
Ract – The Royal Automobile Club of Tasmania (Ract) provides a wide range of motoring services, insurance, tourism, and travel products, as well as exclusive member benefits. They are the official Automobile partner of the Hobart Hurricanes.
Coca-Cola – The beverage company is the official partner of the Hobart Hurricanes. Coca Cola Amatil delivers outcomes in partnership with local communities to ensure they are relevant to community development needs and circumstances. They ensure health, safety, and wellbeing are part of their daily conversations while providing hydration of the utmost quality.
Kookaburra – Kookaburra specializes in cricket and field hockey equipment. They manufacture the most widely used ball used in Test Cricket, Limited Over Cricket, and International Hockey Tournaments. They are the official supplier of cricket balls for the Hobart Hurricanes.
Old Woolstore Apartment Hotel – The Hotel chain in Hobart, Tasmania, has built a reputation among business and leisure travelers as one of Australia’s most welcoming and relaxing inner-city hotels. They are the official hotel partner for the Hobart Hurricanes.
Masuri – Leading the cricket helmet market, Masuri is the only cricket helmet manufacturer in the world that requires its suppliers of materials and components to be ISO accredited, meaning that we set the standard for consistent product quality. They are the official helmet partners for the team.
Southern Cross Austereo – Southern Cross Austereo is Australia’s biggest entertainment company with the ability to reach more than 95% of the Australian population through radio, television, and digital assets. They are the official media partner for the Hobart Hurricanes.
University of Tasmania – The University of Tasmania is among the top 2% of universities worldwide and are the official partners of the Hobart Hurricanes.