Sliema Aquatic Sports Club (ASC), a water polo team founded in 1912, and Sliema Wanderers FC, a football club founded in 1909, have both joined forces with ComeOn Group.
By partnering with these two organisations, ComeOn Group will purportedly support “the surrounding localities close to their headquarters in Malta.”
It touted the supposed benefits that both clubs and Sliema will reap, saying: “This specific partnership will benefit both of the clubs, their fans and the community in Sliema, the locality where ComeOn had their first office.”
“We are excited to have partnered with two sports clubs that have the same values at heart as ComeOn Group does,” said Daniela Vella, Chief Operating Officer (COO) at ComeOn Group.
“For us, this was the natural step to join forces with two established clubs that do a wealth of good for their local communities.”
Frank Testa, Club President of Sliema ASC, and Keith Perry, Club President of Sliema Wanderers FC, expressed enthusiasm for their respective organisations’ partnerships with ComeOn Group.
“Our principles converge in many ways, with energy, determination and positivity being an integral part of both ComeOn Group’s and Sliema ASC’s identity,” remarked Testa.
“These are exciting times for both organisations and I hope this will be the start of a long journey together.”
Perry, meanwhile, commented: “We look forward with optimism and courage to this partnership.
“We are sure that this venture will reap dividends to both parties in the years to come. We really look forward to this great collaboration.”