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CoreStaff partners with Darwin SuperSprint

A long-time Darwin business, CoreStaff, has joined the Supercars experience as the new naming rights partner of the Darwin SuperSprint event.

The CoreStaff Darwin SuperSprint is an exciting new addition to the Supercars calendar this year, marking the first time the Territory has hosted a doubleheader of Supercars action.

The naming rights agreement is a result of CoreStaff’s commitment to the Territory, and a close and productive working relationship with Northern Territory Major Events Company, which enlists the help of the recruitment specialist to employ Territorians at its signature events.

Tickets to the CoreStaff Darwin SuperSprint on 15-16 August and the BetEasy Darwin Triple Crown on 8-9 August are on sale now and start at just $35. Buy your ticket online in advance for express, contactless entry on the day. To secure your spot trackside, visit www.darwinsupercars.com.au

Quotes from NT Major Events CEO Tim Watsford:

“The Supercars is a national event that has become a Darwin institution. CoreStaff is a Darwin-born business that has evolved into a national company.

“As a company also heavily involved in the Supercars, they are a natural fit as naming rights partner for this one-off exclusive of the CoreStaff Darwin SuperSprint. We are delighted to have them on board.”

Quotes from CoreStaff CEO Rob Blenkinship:

“We are thrilled to partner with NT Major Events and the Supercars franchise. The Supercars have a long relationship with NT Major Events and, as a national business headquartered in Darwin, so do we, so the synergy is perfect.

“We look forward to being involved in this unique event, and can’t wait to see Territorians get behind it and cement Darwin’s reputation as a favourite on the Supercars circuit.”     

Media Contact: NT Major Events Media Manager 0406 621026

EDITOR’S NOTE:

We encourage anyone attending our events to ‘Do the 3’ – wash their hands often, maintain a physical distance of 1.5m from people not in their group, and download the COVIDSafe app. We ask anyone feeling unwell to please stay at home.