It was a night of lion dancers and geishas at Rosehill Gardens yesterday as the Wanderers, together with corporate partners, launched the Red & Black's upcoming continental campaign.
Many key stakeholders were in attendance including George Brticevic, Mayor of Campbelltown City Council; Councillor Mike Thomas, AETOS Capital Group Senior Vice President; and Football Federation Australia Head of Hyundai A-League Greg O’Rourke, who presented commemorative pennants and the official Nike home playing jersey to attending dignitaries.
The dignitaries represented the countries that the Wanderers are set to face in their upcoming Champions League campaign:
Francis Lee, the Manager of the Cultural Event Program for the Korean Cultural Centre Australia, represented the Consul-General of the Republic of Korea; Consul Kazuma Hatano represented the Consul-General of Japan Mr. Keizo Takewaka; whilst Vincent Kong OAM, President of the Australian Chinese Buddhist Society and the Mingyue Lay Temple represented the Consulate of the People’s Republic of China.
The function aimed to drive cross-cultural opportunities through networking, trade and tourism using the power of football as the starting point for many of the Wanderers Corporate Partners.
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