ALLBIDS extend Plus500 Brumbies partnership

Brumbies Rugby 20 April 2018

Photo: Photox – Canberra Photography Services –

The Plus500 Brumbies are pleased to continue their strong association with ALLBIDS as part of the Brumbies Family, with the online auction site continuing their partnership with the Australian conference champions.

ALLBIDS have been a long-term supporter of the club and have extended their partnership for a further two seasons, taking in the 2018 and 2019 Super Rugby campaigns as the Plus500 Brumbies preferred supplier of auction facilities for our premier business luncheon, The State of the Union.

ALLBIDS is Australia’s trusted home of unique online auctions with the company receiving over 100,000+ items every year from the Australian Federal Police, Government departments, estate executors, car dealers, insolvency firms, private households, collectors and leading retailers.

They have the greatest range of unique auction items listed daily across key categories such as cars, antiques, art, electronics, computers, homewares, wine, tools, sporting goods, jewellery, collectables and many more.

Brumbies CEO Michael Thomson said the side was very happy that ALLBIDS have decided to continue the long-term partnership.

“ALLBIDS are a well-respected locally based online auction house and their support of the Brumbies, particularly around our annual State of the Union Lunch, is very much appreciated,” he said.

“We are looking forward to continuing our excellent relationship with them.”

ALLBIDS CEO Rob Evans reiterated the company’s desire to support a community-focused local sporting club through this partnership.

“ALLBIDS have been a long-term sponsor of the Brumbies with over ten seasons of support,” Mr Evans said.

“We are proud to once again be committing to the Brumbies in 2018 and beyond.”

“The ALLBIDS brand has grown nationally over the past few years and, with strong growth projected for the next few years, we want to continue our association with another of Canberra’s great success stories.

“We are proud to be a supporter of Canberra’s sporting institutions and look forward to the joint benefits this arrangement will bring.”

Tickets for a table of ten for the State of the Union Lunch, to be held on Friday 27 April, can be purchased at the cost of $275 per person or individual tickets can be purchased for $295.

If you would like further information or would like to purchase tickets for the event, please contact Michael Coulton on or call him on 0407 027 405

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