Bowls Tasmania & ANZ announce new partnership
Bowls Tasmania is pleased
to announce our new and exciting partnership with ANZ Tasmania to benefit all
of our 70 bowls clubs across the state.
Tasmania understands the importance of supporting local clubs and communities
and through this
partnership ANZ can offer Tasmanian Bowls Clubs, their members, family and
friends and our regions a great range of simple and convenient banking
products and services. This is also a great opportunity for your Club to
receive additional income simply by introducing people to ANZ via the ANZ Home
Loan Introducer Program and Commercial Loan Spotter Agreement.
If one of your members or
associates applies for and is approved for a qualifying home loan or commercial
loan, with a signed referral form ANZ will reward your bowls club with an
upfront payment. The level of this payment will be dependent on the size
of the loan.
For more information and to
download the referral form please visit www.bowlstasmania.com.au/ANZTAS
Deloraine Bowls Club is one
Tasmanian Club that has already benefited heavily through the Community Partner
Program as reported on here by the Examiner newspaper.
THE Deloraine Bowls Club will benefit from a $19,600
donation from ANZ Bank, as a result of a Community Partner Program.
The program offers the opportunity for anyone applying
for finance through the bank for a commercial property or home loan to name the
bowls club as a beneficiary.
Deloraine Bowls Club president John Gleeson said the
donation was extremely important for the club.
“Any time you get a donation of that amount is a
very good day,” Mr Gleeson said.
“We’re in need of some upgrades in the hall and the
bar area to meet licensing requirements.”
Mr Gleeson said the club cost close to $800 a member to
run each year, but members paid only $130 each in annual subscriptions.
“We’ve got quite a bit of money to make up,” he
However, the club will not use the money to assist in the
day-to-day operations, but will instead look towards a more long-term plan.
They hope to replace the synthetic bowling green soon, at
an estimated cost of $160,000.
“We don’t intend to use that money for running
costs, we want to use it to upgrade the premises,” Mr Gleeson said.
“It’s been a total surprise really. I haven’t seen
or heard of it advertised as such, but it’s out there and available.”
All transactions between the borrower and ANZ Bank are