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Melbourne Aces announce naming rights sponsor
03/24/2011 4:56 PM ET
Windsor Knox and Shaun Ralph of Jet Couriers shake on the deal.
Windsor Knox and Shaun Ralph of Jet Couriers shake on the deal. 

Exciting news! We're pleased to announce that Jet Couriers have come onboard as our team's naming rights sponsor.

Jet Couriers is a major identity in the Australian courier industry with offices in major capital cities throughout Australia and has recently expanded into North America with branches in Dallas and Houston, Texas.

"We are very proud to be a part of the development of baseball in Australia and are excited about being the first naming sponsor of the Melbourne Aces Franchise," said Managing Director Brett Ralph. "Jet Couriers is an organisation with strong connections to the baseball community. Many of our staff are either playing or involved at club level in Victoria and they are very excited about our involvement with the Aces."

"It's an absolute privilege to have Jet Couriers as our major sponsor and we are pleased to be associated with an organisation that has the same passion and excitement for the game as we do. Jet Couriers is now involved with both the continued development of baseball at the grass roots level and the professional level," said General Manager Windsor Knox.

The Jet Couriers Melbourne Aces will start their second season at the Melbourne Showgrounds main arena and, after making the playoffs in our first season, are preparing for our second season that will kick off in November.

Melbourne Aces memberships are available online with special pricing for renewals and new members. Plenty of good seats are still available and season memberships represent outstanding family value with entertainment and activities during each game, plus the opportunity to watch world-class baseballers in action.

This story was not subject to the approval of the Australian Baseball League or its clubs.