We’re proud to announce that we have become the official car partner of the Brisbane Bullets for the club’s much anticipated return to the National Basketball League.
“We’re extremely excited to merge these two iconic Queensland brands in what is a huge year for the Brisbane Bullets and their passionate fans. Zupps AHG, much like the Brisbane Bullets, is committed to basketball in south-east Queensland and shares the same core values of respect, inspire and family, and we’re looking forward to working with one of the most successful clubs in NBL history and to helping the Bullets achieve success both on and off the court.” - Michael Revill (Zupps AHG General Manager Auto)
The Brisbane Bullets continues to build on an already quality list of corporate partners and the club’s Chief Executive Officer Mitchell Murphy said the AHG partnership includes the supply of vehicles for club operations and players; innovative game day activations; and special offers for the basketball community.
“We’re delighted to have the backing of AHG, they pride themselves on professionalism and delivering superb customer service. The club can’t function without the commitment of loyal partners. Mike and his team are quality people to deal with and I encourage all other Brisbane Bullets partners and fans to support Zupps AHG when in the market for a vehicle.” - Mitchell Murphy (CEO Brisbane Bullets)
The Brisbane Bullets, NBL champions in 1985, 1987 and 2007, will be coached by Andrej Lemanis in their NBL return. Andrej will guide the Australian Boomers team at the upcoming Olympic Games in Rio.
Convoy for Kids
Convoy for kids is a a QLD based charity that raises money for sick and disadvantaged children, and aims to bring smiles to kids of all ages.
We are proud of our involvement in such an important cause. In 2016, trucks, utes, cars and mikes made a convoy and traveled from Heathwood on Brisbane's southside up to Redcliffe Showgrounds. When the convoy reached Redcliffe, it turned into a truck and ute show and a family day with live entertainment.
In 2016 all money raised was donated to Hummingbird House.