THE Central Coast Academy of Sport (CCAS) is delighted to announce that Community Partner, VIATEK has renewed their partnership with the CCAS and will again be the name partner to the Central Coast Academy of Sport Awards Evening.
The announcement comes after the CCAS’s Managing Director, Ian Robilliard and Viatek’s Sales & Marketing Manager, George Liolio agreed to renew the partnership between the CCAS and Viatek.
Viatek is an Australian owned and operated organisation with offices throughout regional NSW & Victoria and was established in 1984. Viatek offers businesses access to a wide range of technology that includes Managed Print & Document Services, Communication Services, Business Process Automation and Managed IT Services.
Ian Robilliard said that Viatek’s continued support would help the CCAS to carry on improving their business operations. “It is great to see Viatek continue as a Community Partner to the CCAS. Like the CCAS, Viatek are very community minded and do a lot of work within the community through their support of local organisations. This renewal means that the CCAS will continue to have access to the best business technology services. I would like to thank Viatek for the support they have given to the CCAS and for their ongoing support they will continue to give,” Ian Robilliard said.
Viatek’s Sales & Marketing Manager, Mr George Liolio, said how great it was that Viatek is able to continue to support local businesses such as the CCAS. “It is fantastic that Viatek is able to continue to partner with CCAS, they do amazing work within the local community, through their work in providing local young athletes with opportunities to develop in sport. Viatek is pleased that it is the name sponsor of the annual awards evening as this touch point gives us a first hand look at the work the CCAS does in the community. This renewal reinforces Viatek’s commitment to support local businesses on the Central Coast,” George Liolio said.
The Central Coast Academy of Sport would like to thank and acknowledge the support from the following Business Partners: NSW Government, Mingara Recreation Club, The University of Newcastle, NBN Television, Southern Cross Austereo (101.3 Sea FM and 107.7 2GO), Oddball Marketing, Central Coast Council and The Greater Bank.
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