Leading Western Australian scrap metal recyclers C.D. Dodd have signed a three-year deal to continue as an official partner of the Western Force.
C.D. Dodd, who have been proud supporters of the Force since 2010, is proudly supporting both the women’s and men’s Super Rugby sides for a second consecutive season.
With over 50 years of experience, C.D. Dodd is a market leader for safe recycling, as well as on-site specialists for extensive clean-ups and responsible salvaging.
The C.D. Dodd branding will feature on the collars of the SuperW and Super Rugby team apparel throughout the 2022 season.
Western Force business development manager Huw Lock is delighted to see the homegrown business continue its support of rugby in WA.
“Maintaining long-term partnerships with successful local companies is a key objective of the Western Force. To have C.D. Dodd as a partner for both of our Super Rugby teams is fantastic," Lock explained.
"They were one of the first partners to commit to supporting our women’s program in 2021 and to have their backing for a further three years is great for the game in WA.
“With the club’s ongoing efforts to operate in an environmentally conscious manner, this partnership embodies our shared aligned values around sustainability and recycling. We can’t wait to take to the field for the next three years with C.D. Dodd as part of the team.”
C.D. Dodd director Chris Dodd said he is thrilled to see the longstanding partnership develop further.
“Our maintained commitment to the men’s and women’s teams is driven by our hunger to engage and support Western Australian organisations with a community-minded focus,” Dodd stated.
“By supporting the Western Force, we are able to assist young men and women wishing to progress to the highest level of rugby.”