Sell with Confidence
Read More
News

Stadium comes of age

By Tanayah Wakefield

Dolphin Stadium has secured a naming rights sponsor for the next three years with a deal that will assist the Dolphins with taking their club to the next level.

CEO Tony Murphy has today confirmed the sponsorship deal with not-for-profit group Moreton Bay Region Industry and Tourism (MBRIT), which will see the venue called Moreton Daily Stadium.

Moreton Daily is a free community news website for the Moreton Bay Region, this site also publishes a community newspaper called Dolphins News in partnership with the club.

“Our business plan was to secure a naming rights sponsor and we have been looking for opportunities for the last three years,” Mr Murphy explains.

“We had interest from numerous online betting companies, beverage companies and even multinational firms scrambling to win naming rights. We’re excited it’s a local organisation from our region that’s come on board.

“We aim to enter the NRL and we need to be a financially-viable organisation first and foremost and the naming rights is a part of the strategy we are following to be the successful bidder to make sure the Dolphins are a success on the national stage.

“We also think of the Dolphins being the sole Queensland Cup team of the Moreton Bay Regional Council area and the name Moreton should resonate with us all.”

For more information click here

Up to Date

Latest News

  • Find a bargain at Sustainable Seconds market

    Wardrobe need a refresh but you’re fed up with fast fashion? Mojo Mama Events Bribie is hosting its second Sustainable Seconds market this weekend, with stalls packed with bargains from Bribie Island locals. The brainchild of Mojo Mama co-founders Miranda Murray and Eileen Tiller, the market at the Bribie RSL is … Read more

    Read Full Post

  • Stage two of The Lakes College Aquatic Precinct begins

    Construction of stage two of The Lakes College Aquatic Precinct is officially underway, with a ceremonial sod turning signalling the beginning of work on a learn-to-swim facility and grandstand which are expected to be completed by September. The second stage will complete the precinct, which was opened in September 2022, … Read more

    Read Full Post