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Hurricanes Caning It

LPS Sponsor the Hurricanes


LPS is proud to announce super rugby sponsorship of the Hurricanes.

LPS has jumped at the incredible opportunity for the 2017 Super Rugby season becoming an official sponsor of the Hurricanes. The Hurricanes continue in their bid to become back-to-back Investec Super Rugby champions. We can’t wait to see what the new season brings and LPS aligns itself as a key sponsor.

Field at the Hurricanes games:

The LPS logo will be proudly emblazoned on the field during the seven Hurricanes home games. So the logo will be next to an amazing team which aligns with the companies values. “We are really honoured to become part of the Canes family in 2017” says LPS Chief Executive Officer, Paul Alexander. “We see the organisation as such a united and cohesive side whose hard work and planning has led to the ultimate reward”.

New Zealand Rugby:

They have consistently turned out some of the biggest superstars of All Black and New Zealand rugby. They work together as a team that defines the underlying strategy and class of the group. As a result, we feel that LPS shares the same ethos. As a hard-working, future-focused Project Service organisation that supports its partners in achieving their ultimate goals.”

LPS focuses on growing its presence in Australia. Also having half of its New Zealand operations based out of the Wellington region and Auckland. The alignment with the champion Hurricanes is even more exciting. “We are really thrilled to be able to share some of our knowledge with the franchise where we have the opportunity. In return for the motivation and humbling sense of achievement that comes with being aligned with such a successful group” says LPS Chief of Staff, Doug Clarke.

“2017 is going to be a huge year for us as a result of this. We are hoping to continue growing our team by over 30% across Australasia. Therefore key strategic partnerships are really important to us and without a doubt, it’s going to be a huge year for the Canes too!”