Isaac
Years ago

Hood Sweeney Adelaide 36ers

New 36ers naming rights sponsor is accounting and business services firm Hood Sweeney.

The Adelaide 36ers are proud to announce the partnership with Hood Sweeney as naming rights sponsor for the 36ers for the next two NBL seasons.

Hood Sweeney are a South Australian accounting and business services firm established in 1976 and the 35th largest accountancy firm in Australia.

Hood Sweeney have taken the opportunity to be associated with a South Australian icon for the next two seasons showing great confidence in the 36ers' ownership structure and the NBL in general as basketball continues its renaissance in Australia.

Hood Sweeney Group Managing director, Matthew Rowe, said that the 36ers were an underdog and that his company was proud to be associated with the passion and desire that is now associated with the 36ers ownership group.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

interesting name, bit of a mouthful but any cash is good cash.

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Mantis  
Years ago

Shouldn't be hard for Skip to come up with a sound bite for that.

"The Sweeney's doin' 90 cos they've got the word to go..."

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ESP  
Years ago

Any ideas on what it costs to be the naming rights sponsor?

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Jay-Jay Manners  
Years ago

The Sweeney Todd Adelaide 36ers.

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!

Ouch, my sides.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Yeah never heard of them :P

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Isaac  
Years ago

Somewhere between a courtside ticket and what it used to cost five years ago. Who knows.

Either way, huge thanks to Hood Sweeney for their support of the club and sport.

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Number 44  
Years ago

35th Largest?

Easier to say 9th smallest.

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Camel 31  
Years ago

You might be able to get a million from a naming rights sponsor.

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Number 44  
Years ago

Camel 31,

It was $500k 6-7 years ago when the economy and basketball were in better positions.

Lucky to get 250k for a year now with how everything is.

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skip  
Years ago

Number 44 - Might be 35th in Australia, but that probably puts them in the Top 2 or 3 in South Australia.

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Who Me!  
Years ago

Have any of you Armchair critics ever tried to get Sponsors for anything, since getting Granny to part with a $1 for your year 5 readathon!

Who cares how much it has cost them for naming rights, just Bloody fantastic that they have put their hands in their pockets.

Now as 36ers fans, we should be doing our best to support them (and all other Sponsors) as much as we can, or next year we could be wondering why we don't have any Sponsors at all.

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Olaf  
Years ago

Skip maybe top two or three of the independents but given most of the accountants of any size are part of national groups nationally they'd be small beer.

Having said that any money is good money and given they're SA focussed it's likely to be more sticky which can only be a good thing.

Great to get another SA business on board.

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Big Sexy  
Years ago

Who Me! I support Coopers on a regular basis.

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Isaac  
Years ago

Is it only basketball where a sponsor puts their support behind a salvaged club and flailing league and someone talks down their calibre?

Hood Sweeney are proud to be South Australian and to "partner with the Adelaide 36ers on the next stage of their journey" - great to have them step up and get on board, IMO. Who cares if they're buying low to sell high, all the smarter.

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knackers  
Years ago

It would be lucky to be more than 100k, great if they got that. You need to understand the landscape in Adelaide people!

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Pigs Of War  
Years ago

They also have a branch in Whyalla where they played the pre season...

Might have been some good PR and they are keen to get onboard..

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Anonymous  
Years ago

I for one welcome our new alien overlords.

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Isaac  
Years ago

In Soviet Russia, alien overlords welcome you.

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DJ  
Years ago

Great news for the Sixers!

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Jack Toft  
Years ago

167, Gold!

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