Football Queensland (FQ) is pleased to welcome Thrifty Car Rental as its Official Car Rental Partner.
The two-year statewide partnership will support Thrifty’s existing partnership with Brisbane Roar FC as Thrifty commits to supporting football across Queensland from the grassroots through to the Hyundai A-League.
One of Australia’s most trusted and reliable brands with more than 181 locations across the country, Thrifty is the only major rental car company that is 100% Australian owned and operated.
All Football Queensland clubs and their members can benefit directly from the partnership by receiving a 10% discount on the best available rate of the day on all vehicle hire booked via thrifty.com.au. Visit the Thrifty website to find more details.
FQ Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Robert Cavallucci said he was delighted to welcome Thrifty on board.
“Thrifty Car Rental is a great fit for the Queensland football family, and FQ celebrates their commitment to supporting football in the state with this partnership, in addition to their support of Brisbane Roar FC,” Cavallucci said.
“We know clubs and players often rely on car and minibus hire to get their teams to games and this partnership will provide significant benefit to our members across the state.
“In addition to the 10% discount offer for all FQ members, Thrifty will support our regional members by providing a car for a Technical Development Manager to help service the Central Queensland region.
“This will allow FQ to continue delivering high-quality participation experiences and provide opportunity for the development of players, coaches and referees in the CQ region.”
Thrifty CEO Graham Ward echoed Cavallucci’s comments.
“We are proud to partner with Football Queensland recognising that partnership will go towards growing, supporting the game at every level across the state,” Ward said.
“Aligning with our vision of offering our customers the best experience, we are excited to support Football Queensland in their desire to better the experience for their members, and all involved in the game in Queensland.”