Privately-owned Western Australian property group – Hawaiian, has been a proud partner and supporter of the Perth Wildcats for the last five years and will continue this year as part of the organisation’s community engagement program.
With the basketball season kicking off from 5 October, a number of local schools and sporting clubs will take to the court at Perth Arena, taking part in Halftime with Hawaiian which gives them an exclusive opportunity to play in front of thousands of Perth Wildcats fans.
As part of the partnership, Hawaiian will also hold a number of Wildcats Skills Clinics at various schools and sporting clubs in early 2020, where participants will come together to learn basketball skills and tricks from the pros.
During this season, fans will be able to meet Perth Wildcats players at Hawaiian’s Noranda and Hawaiian’s Forrestfield Community Fan Days. The Community Fan Days will give local sports enthusiasts the opportunity to have a go at half-court games and meet their favourite Wildcats players and mascots.
Hawaiian partners with leading WA organisations who share a mutual supporting community ethos. Through these partnerships, Hawaiian is able to provide continuous support to local community groups through a wide range of activities, prizes, grants and spaces for community displays.
Applications for Halftime with Hawaiian are open now for the 2020/2021 season, the program is open to primary and secondary schools and local community groups.
Applications for the Skills Clinics with the Perth Wildcats are now open, with a 60-minute skills session hosted by two legendary Wildcats players up for grabs.
Established more than 25 years ago, Hawaiian owns and manages a diverse portfolio, including ten shopping centres, four office buildings, hospitality locations and invests in land projects across the country. Its presence as an industry leader is supported by its mission to connect people through its places with engaged community environments.