The Richmond Football Club is proud to announce All In One Contracting (AIO) as its first VFLW partner for 2019.
AIO is an industry leader in providing trade solutions and labour services across the state. The company specialises in Engineering, Contracting, Labour Hire, Welding Inspections, Training and Education.
The company also offers complete machinery and plant hire services with quality equipment, skilled operators, material supply and disposal.
The AIO logo will appear on the front and back of the Tigers’ 2019 VFLW guernsey.
AIO Chief Executive Officer, Grant Savari, said the companies’ core values and beliefs aligned closely with Richmond’s.
“We see our partnership with Richmond as underpinning these values and beliefs, and we are looking forward to establishing a solid foundation for future prosperity between the two organisations,” he said.
“What we stand for and what we are striving to become is in line with that of the Richmond Football Club, so it is greatly exciting to be able to support the Tigers in the VFLW for Season 2019.”
Richmond VFLW players Hannah McLaren, Akec Makur Chuot, Shayla Marsh, Laura Bailey and Grace Egan, with AIO CEO Grant Savari and coach Tom Hunter.
Richmond's Head of Women’s Football, Kate Sheahan, said she was particularly excited by the employment opportunities, education and training that players would be able to receive through the partnership.
AIO specialises in the accredited and non-accredited training and upskilling of employees and subcontractors.
The company has a proven track record in increasing the confidence and capabilities of employees, helping them to be better equipped to deal with situations that can occur on site.
“Having AIO on board, in addition to our existing partnership with the Richmond Institute of Sports Leadership, highlights our commitment to helping our players succeed on and off the field,” Sheahan said.
“Many of our players have already flagged an interest in engaging with AIO and we are very excited to have them on board.
“Our women’s football program is going from strength to strength and this partnership will further that.”