Cambridge Clothing Company have re-committed to the VAFA for a further two years. The popular men’s fashion company will focus their association with the VAFA on their new brand, Cambridge Kit. Cambridge Kit will again be the naming rights sponsor to Woodrow Medal and VAFA Awards night.
Cambridge Kit Brand Manager Eddie Macky said the partnership with the VAFA was a perfect fit, “We have thoroughly enjoyed our involvement with the VAFA over the previous two years and have seen more and more VAFA clubs engage with our brands, Joe Black, Dom Bagnato, Gibson, and with our renewed commitment we hope all VAFA players and clubs will embrace our latest brand Cambridge Kit.”
“It provides Cambridge an opportunity to help an outstanding group of young men become the leaders of tomorrow, by giving them the confidence in their appearance so that they can focus on what really matters and the association with the VAFA is a perfect match for us” said Macky.
VAFA General Manager of Commercial Operations, Blair O’Hara said “The sponsor engagement we have with Cambridge is one of the great features of this partnership, the social media competition to find the VAFA’s Worst Dressed Man has been a huge hit the past two years.”
“Turning the VAFA’s Worst Dressed Man into the VAFA’s Best Dressed Man thanks to Cambridge has been a real success story for both Cambridge and the VAFA” said O’Hara.
Cambridge Kit are about making the process of shopping simple for men, combining quality clothing with different levels of dress standards all aimed at giving confidence to men. Their new retail store in the CBD is on the corner of Bourke St and William St.