The Adelaide Football Club has a new official suit supplier after signing a two-year deal with leading menswear brand M.J. Bale.
Crows players, coaches and staff will be dressed in style by the 100 per cent Australian owned label.
Founded in 2009, M.J. Bale has created a unique, full wardrobe, menswear brand that revolves around quality of product, quality of in-store experience and, most importantly, affordable in terms of price.
Crows Chief Operating Officer Nigel Smart said the Club was excited to partner with such a strong Australian company.
“M.J. Bale is one of the premier suit brands in Australia and one that we are pleased to be associated with,” Smart said.
“Whether it’s match day, an official Club function or day-to-day work, whenever our players, coaches and staff put on a suit they will be dressed for success.”
M.J. Bale Founder and Chief Executive Officer Matt Jensen said the partnership allowed the brand to expand its presence in South Australia.
“The Adelaide Football Club has a strong reputation in South Australia and to partner with the Club is an exciting move for us and consistent with our existing sporting partnerships with the Australian cricket and soccer teams,” he said.
“AFL clubs are about high performance and innovation and these are characteristics that sit well with us.
“Today M.J. Bale offers its customer everything the modern man needs to look his best in any given situation or dress code.”