Collar Group signs multi-year deal as official recruitment partner

The Western Force is thrilled to announce Collar has broadened its partnership to encompass all high-performance pillars including the Mens, Women’s, Academy and Pathways Programs.

The partnership sees the Collar logo sit proudly on the playing shorts but more importantly, assist our players and their families find employment in WA.

Collar's Founder and CEO, Ephram Stephenson, expressed his passion for broadening his support, highlighting the need for diversity and inclusion in grassroots rugby.

"We are thrilled to announce our multi-year partnership with the Western Force, becoming their official recruitment partner across the men's, women's, Academy and pathway teams. Together, we will inspire the next generation of athletes and nurture a strong sense of belonging within the rugby community,” Ephram commented.

“Our partnership with the Western Force is a natural fit for Collar. It aligns perfectly with our values of community involvement and promoting healthy, active lifestyles.”

Collar extends their partnership

Eager to assist the Force in building stronger, more resilient communities, Collar are committed to empowering personal growth through supporting local sports and clubs.

“This partnership signifies our commitment at Collar to supporting local sports and investing in grassroots development,” Ephram claimed. “By joining forces, we aim to make a lasting impact through building a stronger, more inclusive community and inspiring individuals to pursue their passion for the game."

Force's Business Development Manager, Huw Lock, acknowledges the importance of sponsors broadening their support to include all facets of the club.

"Attracting partners who share our values provides a solid foundation for long term success, Collar are passionate about the community and both the men’s and women’s programs, therefore a great strategic fit for the Force,” Lock mentioned.

“The partnership not only provides financial support, which assists the growth of all pillars in our high-performance program, but also supports our players and their families find employment opportunities in WA.

“We thank Ephram and his team at Collar for their ongoing support, the foundations of a long-term partnership are being built.”

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