The Richmond Football Club is proud to announce that its partnership with All In One Contracting (AIO) has grown for the 2020 season.
Founded in Melbourne in 2010, AIO is a family operated business which prides itself on being the ‘all in one’ provider for labour and recruitment, engineering and construction, as well as training and education across multiple industries.
AIO was the Richmond VFLW’s first ever partner in 2019 and will now expand its ties with the Club to be the development partner of both the Richmond VFL and VFLW programs in 2020.
The industry leading workforce solution company will have its logo appear on both team’s playing jumpers in 2020.
AIO Chief Executive Officer, Grant Savari, said that the company was proud to support the Club’s football development programs.
“Last year the VFLW achieved their first finals berth in only their second season and the VFL group achieved the ultimate success which shows just how much of a thrilling time it is to be aligned with such a strong organisation,” he said.
“Melburnians are renowned for their passion of AFL and as a Melbourne based business, we are pleased we can direct our passion for the mighty Yellow and Black into something supportive like this.”
Through the partnership, AIO has been able to offer real world employment opportunities to Richmond players, including Richmond Women’s defender, Rebecca Miller.
Richmond General Manager - Football Talent, Blair Hartley, said that strong VFL and VFLW programs were important to the Club’s on-field success.
“By having a strong development program, the Club is able to give our players the best chance to succeed both on and off the field,” he said.
“Partnerships like AIO help to make this possible, and we look forward to developing more players through our VFL and VFLW teams, to the higher level in 2020.”
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