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Paynter Dixon extends Blacktown Workers support

April 12, 2021 | Corporate
Paynter Dixon extends Blacktown Workers support

Paynter Dixon has extended its front of jersey partnership with the Blacktown Workers Group rugby league teams until the end of 2022.

The extended partnership will see Paynter Dixon branding continue to feature on the sternum of Knock-On Effect Cup and front of jersey for Ron Massey sides.

Paynter Dixon Executive Chairman James Boyd said the company is proud to continue its support to not only the club but to the wider group following an unprecedented 2020.

“The COVID-19 pandemic has hit the game and club industry particularly hard, we wanted to lock in our ongoing support to the Workers Group for a further two years,” Mr Boyd said.

Blacktown Workers Group CEO Morgan Stewart said it was a great boost to strengthen the already flourishing partnership Paynter Dixon has with the club and its stakeholders.

“It’s a very welcome and positive endorsement of the Group and the relationship we have developed over many years with the great team at Paynter Dixon,” Mr Stewart said.

“Blacktown Workers JRLFC is proud to continue its association with Paynter Dixon and we look forward to enhancing our partnership into the future.”

Paynter Dixon is also sponsoring this years’ Outdoor Cinema event to raise funds for the Blacktown Youth Service Association (BYSA).

BYSA is a youth-led organisation backed by Blacktown Workers, which empowers young people to create transformative change in their own lives and community.

Mr Boyd said it was another great initiative the company was pleased to support.

“BYSA mirrors areas of our philanthropic arm PAYCE Foundation, a close focus on youth at risk, homelessness and domestic violence,” Mr Boyd said.

“We at Paynter Dixon and PAYCE Foundation strongly believe that your past or current circumstances don’t need to dictate your future.”

Paynter Dixon is completing a refurbishment project at the Workers Club installing two large LED screens and façade upgrade overlooking Campbell Street, Flushcombe and Newton road.

LED screen and new look façade along Campbell Street.

The design and construction company has worked with the Workers Group for over 30 years, undertaking a wide range of projects, including a major capital works.

In 2015, Paynter Dixon delivered major renovations over 14 months, including internal and external gaming spaces, lounge and bar, bistro and restaurant.

More recently, Paynter Dixon was engaged to design and construct new playing fields for Blacktown Workers Group sports teams.

The sports facilities include two multi-purpose fields and a new grandstand overlooking Blacktown Workers home ground, H.E. Laybutt.

H.E Laybutt boasts a new grandstand after opening in 2019.

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