Senseless Vandalism: ASNA Committed to Showcasing Businesses that Support Our Community
A newly installed Banner at the Alice Springs Netball Centre has been senselessly vandalised in what appears to be a target attack on the major sponsor KFC, potentially costing the not for profit netball Association thousands of dollars.
A newly installed Banner at the Alice Springs Netball Centre has been senselessly vandalised in what appears to be a target attack on the major sponsor KFC, potentially costing the not for profit netball Association thousands of dollars.The Alice Springs Netball Association has recently installed the banner at the front of the Pat Gallagher Netball Centre to improve the streetscape of the netball precinct and showcase local businesses that continually support our community.
ASNA has over 1100 participants in netball with the sport providing a critical health and welfare role to the community.
Without the ongoing support and commitment of Sponsors, particularly KFC who have been ASNA’s major sponsor for 9 years over 1100+ people would not have the opportunity to participate in the sport they love in Alice Springs.
ASNA President John Gaynor said that the Association is committed to continuing to showcase and recognise those who support the local community. “We would like to thank KFC for their significant contribution to Netball in Alice Springs over a prolonged period of time and look forward to a continued and prosperous association throughout the 2022 season. We will not let small minded people with an axe to grind deter these partnerships.” Mr Gaynor said.
The culprit was caught on CCTV footage and a report has been made to police.
End: Contact: John Gaynor, 0428 849 520