Perth Glory is proud to announce that it has signed a major partnership with Australia’s largest Mexican restaurant chain, Zambrero.
Zambrero, renowned for its fresh and flavourful Mexican cuisine, has established itself as a leader in the quick-service restaurant industry both here in Australia and also internationally.
There are now 260 Zambrero restaurants worldwide in Australia, United Kingdom, Ireland, USA and New Zealand.
With a strong focus on giving back, Zambrero’s Plate 4 Plate initiative has provided over 70 million meals to people in need through their partnership with the international food relief agency, Rise Against Hunger, as well as The Love Mercy Foundation and locally with partner Foodbank Australia.
The company’s striking logo will feature on the front of Perth Glory’s A-League Men’s and PGFC Academy matchday and training shorts, along with the back of the matchday and training shorts worn by the club’s A-League Women’s.
Zambrero will also be the presenting partner of Glory’s Community program and will receive prominent signage, digital and social assets and other activation opportunities throughout the 2023/24 season.
Glory CEO Anthony Radich is extremely enthused by the partnership.
“We are delighted to welcome Zambrero as a major sponsor for the 2023/2024 season,” he said.
“Their commitment to supporting the community aligns perfectly with our club’s values and we are very excited and grateful to have their support across all areas of our club.
“We are committed to striving for excellence both on and off the field and being able to align with a highly reputable and fast-growing brand like Zambrero is very important.
“They are rapidly entrenching themselves within and resonating strongly with the WA community and we aspire to do likewise.”
Zambrero State Operations Manager Michael Ogley and General Manager Samantha Parker also believe that the partnership is a perfect fit for both parties.
“Zambrero is thrilled to announce the sponsorship of Perth Glory’s A-League Men’s Team, A-League Women’s Team and PGFC Academy, plus the Community Youth Programs,” said Ogley.
“This reinforces our commitment to the Perth community and we are excited to be part of the future of Perth Glory.”
“Zambrero’s passion for community-driven initiatives stems from our Plate 4 Plate initiative, and this partnership aligns perfectly with our sponsorship of Perth Glory’s Community Programs, enabling us to create positive change and enrich lives beyond the field,” said Parker.
“At Zambrero, we believe in the power of sport and food to bring people together and create positive change.
“We are proud to support Perth Glory and their teams in their journey towards success and we look forward to engaging with the passionate football community in Western Australia.”