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VSP Sponsors Rabbitohs Football Team

VSP Security Wholesale become the Official Training Partner of the Rabbitohs.

VSP Security Wholesale become the Official Training Partner of the Rabbitohs

VSP Sponsors Rabbitohs Football Team – South Sydney Rabbitohs said it was pleased to announce the extension of its partnership with security distributor, VSP Security Wholesale, for the 2023 and 2024 seasons.

Having joined the Rabbitohs family in 2018, VSP Security Wholesale has further increased its commitment, and has become ‘Official Training Partner’ of the Club, receiving prominent branding across the team’s entire training apparel.

With its head office in South Sydney, VSP Security Wholesale is a wholesaler and distributor of video security solutions, working with many high-quality brands and tailoring boutique security solutions.

“We are very pleased to not only be extending our partnership with South Sydney, but to also be increasing the level of our association,” said Zaki Wazir, managing director of VSP Security Wholesale.

“The South Sydney Football club has a particularly strong emphasis on community support. Through the football club, our association allows VSP to also contribute back to the community.”

VSP Sponsors Rabbitohs Football Team

Rabbitohs CEO, Blake Solly, was equally thrilled.

“Since VSP Security Wholesale joined in 2018, it’s been apparent that our organisations shared similar philosophies and aspirations and we’re delighted that they’ve increased their commitment to the Club and extended the relationship for at least the next 2 years,” he said.

“We’re looking forward to continuing our successful partnership and know that they’ll continue to be a trusted partner for the club, its fans and partners.”

More news from SEN here and visit VSP here. What is a Rabbitoh?

What is a Rabbitoh?

VSP Sponsors Rabbitohs Football Team

A Rabbitoh is a roaming seller of rabbit pelts, common in the suburbs of South Sydney during the Great Depression, when employment rates reached 32 per cent.


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