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BMTA is excited to announce a new major sponsorship with Motorline BMW & Motorline MINI Garage. The Naming Rights Sponsorship is the largest partnership in BMTA’s 49-year history.

A family owned and operated business; Motorline BMW and Motorline MINI Garage are committed to supporting the local South Brisbane community that has been supporting them for over 20 years.  Motorline continues to strive in its efforts to deliver exceptional customer service across the business, as showcased through the multitude of industry and brand achievements being awarded to the dealership. Conveniently located off exit 23 Pacific Highway at Daisy Hill and directly opposite IKEA, Motorline offers the Ultimate choice of new, demonstrator and Premium Selection and Used Vehicles.

The sponsorship will see Motorline BMW & Motorline MINI Garage branding across BMTA’s physical and digital assets, including on all playing, coaching and staff apparel as well as signage across the Whites Hill Reserve precinct. All BMTA members will have access to a new VIP Concierge Program providing personalised support across the full suite of Motorline services, while BMTA and Motorline are additionally working on several exciting initiatives to help provide unique experiences and offers for BMTA’s 10,000 members.

Brisbane Metropolitan Touch Association General Manager, Christopher Davis said the partnership was a sensational development.

“BMTA has worked hard to become one of the leading touch football affiliates in the country and we are thrilled that the Motorline team have recognised this as we head into our 50th year in 2023. To partner with globally recognised brands like BMW and MINI, but keep the connection with a local, family-owned dealer that recognises the importance of building community, is truly exciting,” said Mr Davis.

Motorline BMW Dealer Principal, Andrew Robson shared the sentiment.

“We at Motorline BMW and Motorline MINI Garage are thrilled to be a part of this exciting expansion for BMTA and look forward to a long standing relationship with the organisation, the players, their supporters and the local community. We are a family-owned business and community means everything to us. To be able to give back in a way that supports people living a healthy and active lifestyle across all ages is just one way we can say thank you for supporting our business over the last 20 plus years,” said Mr Robson.

The announcement came on the same day the new BMTA clubhouse was formally opened by Lord Mayor, Councillor Adrian Schrinner; a $4.15 million project funded by Brisbane City Council in partnership with the Australian Government’s Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program.

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