Jenny’s back on board for Spirit’s ’23-24 WNBL season
Bendigo Spirit are pleased to welcome long-term partner Jenny’s Early Learning Centre back for the 2023-24 Women’s National Basketball League season.
A key pillar of the Bendigo community and long supporter of the Spirit, Jenny’s has committed for a further three years in a massive boost ahead of the new WNBL campaign which kicks off against Townsville at Red Energy Arena on November 4.
Jenny’s – which have centres at Bendigo Hospital, Epsom, Heathcote, Maiden Gully, Strathfieldsaye and The Arch – is also the player partner of WNBL games-record holder Kelly Wilson.
“We’re delighted to have Jenny’s Early Learning Centre back on board ahead of the new WNBL season,” Bendigo Spirit general manager of operations David Ingham said.
“Jenny’s is a long-time supporter of the club and we look forward to growing our successful partnership with another community-centred brand.”
“The Spirit continues to inspire the children of Bendigo with their on and off-court successes. Jenny’s ELC helps to build communities who support children to grow, learn and make a difference, we believe anything is possible,” Jenny‘s ELC managing director Darren Reid added.
“The Bendigo Spirit team epitomises these values so it was an easy decision for us to commit long term with the club – we can’t wait for the upcoming season to tip off this Saturday evening in Bendigo!”
Jenny’s ELC’s philosophy is simple – learning is a part of the fun!