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Crows extend partnership with Foodland

The Club is pleased to announce it has extended its long standing partnership with Foodland Supermarkets
The Club is pleased to announce it has extended its long standing partnership with Foodland Supermarkets
25 years is a significant milestone and as a Club we look forward to continuing to grow the strong partnership over many years to come.
Andrew Fagan

The Adelaide Football Club is pleased to announce it has extended its long standing partnership with Foodland Supermarkets.

The proudly South Australian company has been with the Crows since the start and the partnership will enter its 26th season after Foodland signed a new three-year deal.

The extended partnership builds on the strong loyalty and engagement the two brands have within the South Australian community.

Crows Chief Executive Officer Andrew Fagan said he was delighted to continue the Club’s relationship with Foodland.

“Foodland has a strong history in South Australia of providing local and independently owned supermarkets,” Fagan said.

“Over 50 years they have grown to more than 115 stores across the state and continue to support local and Australian producers.

“25 years is a significant milestone and as a Club we look forward to continuing to grow the strong partnership over many years to come.”

Foodland Supermarkets Chief Executive Officer Con Sciacca said his company is proud to continue to support South Australian organisations.

“Foodland retailers have been supporting South Aussie sporting and community clubs for over 50 years,” he said.

“Our partnership with the Adelaide Crows over the past 25 years shows how aligned both parties are in supporting the South Australian community.

“At Foodland we remain passionate about our community and about providing our customers with local produce and a full range groceries, along with personalised service.

“We are proud to call ourselves an inaugural partner of the Adelaide Football Club and we have seen both organisations flourish over the time.”