Women National Basketball League agrees partnership with DIY Blinds

The Women’s National Basketball League (WNBL) named DIY Blinds as a Major Partner for the upcoming season. As a business passionate about supporting Aussie talent, DIY Blinds will work to support players and its visibility for future generations of home-grown talent. The partnership will also see WNBL players sporting DIY Blind’s logo on the front of their shorts.

What does the partnership mean for DIY Blinds?

Commenting on the partnership, DIY Blinds Co-Founder & CEO Evan Montero said his team are eager to grow their brand alongside an organisation so well aligned with their values. “We are dedicated to going above and beyond to achieve excellence in every aspect of our business, and our sponsorship of the WNBL is no different. We are excited to support Aussie athletes in their pursuit of building a happier and healthier life through sport,” said Montero.

“The partnership is a perfect fit! Our alignment in values through to the passion showcased by everyone involved, the WNBL is making a splash and we’re honoured to be involved.”

What does the partnership mean for WNBL?

The Head of the WNBL Christy Collier-Hill is thrilled to be working with DIY Blinds as a Major Partner. “DIY Blinds are a fantastic alignment for the WNBL. Like our league, they’re a passionate about delivering a high-quality product for Aussies to enjoy,” said Collier-Hill.

“With the support of DIY Blinds, we look forward to taking the momentum around women’s basketball to the next level and growing the sport for fans and players to embrace.”

As women’s basketball in Australia continues to attract more participants and fans, basketball equipment company Spalding and sportswear manufacturer iAthletic have also extended their contracts with WNBL into the 22-23 season. The new season returned to an 84-game home and away format for the first time since the pandemic on Wednesday, 2 November.