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Sarraf Strata upgrade their Sharks partnership

The Sharks announce leading strata management company Sarraf Strata have upgraded and extended their partnership with the Cronulla club for the 2020/2021 seasons.

Currently the sponsor of club mascot Reefy, Sarraf Strata’s increased investment in the Sharks will see their branding also appear on the lower back of the NRL jersey for the remainder of 2020 and into 2021 in a new two-year major partnership.

The Sarraf Strata logo will feature on the Sharks jersey starting this Saturday night when the Cronulla side runs out against the Wests Tigers in their 2020 return.

Sharks CEO Dino Mezzatesta was appreciative of Sarraf Strata’s increased investment during what are difficult times for NRL clubs and for businesses of all types around the country.

“For Sarraf Strata to upgrade their involvement with the Sharks in the current climate speaks volumes for their company values and their commitment and support of not just our club, but of a number of NRL clubs and the game in general,” Mezzatesta said.

“We were pleased to have them on board as the sponsor of our very popular mascot Reefy, now we are thrilled they have extended the partnership and will feature on the back of our NRL jersey as well.”

Norman Sarraf, Managing Director at Sarraf Strata, was equally enthusiastic in confirming the partnership in what is a continuation and extension of their support of the Sharks.

“The Sharks are one of several NRL Clubs that we sponsor and while we are fond of them all, they have an extra special place in our hearts being situated close to where it all began for us some 30 years ago. The Sharks are our ‘local’ club,” Mr Sarraf said.  

“As is the case with all our partner clubs, we have been adamant throughout the whole COVID-19 pandemic to maintain our support in these tough times and when the opportunity arose to further attach our brand with the mighty Sharks, we jumped at it and look forward to a successful partnership well into the future.”

With three offices in Sydney, as well as in interstate locations in Brisbane and Melbourne, Sarraf Strata offers a wide range of strata management services including maintenance and safety, financial management, by-law management and compliance and disbursements in covering all building management requirements. 

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About Sarraf Strata

The Sarraf name has been synonymous in the St George / Sutherland shire for over 30 years. Having commenced in Real Estate, and then moving into Strata management, Sarraf Strata, a national company based in Sydney, are Local, National and International award winners with offices located throughout every state in Australia.

The team started with Norman Sarraf and Peter Love, with the two remaining in charge of the business to this day alongside fellow Director John Sarraf.  

“What I am most proud of is that Peter Love and I started in the early 90’s and we still operate like every day is day one, except of course we are now running a National operation,” Norman Sarraf said.

Sarraf Strata are one of only six companies in Australia to be ‘Corporate family members’ of Camp Quality, with the group recently raising just over $1Million and flying Mr Rob Janoff, designer of the Apple Logo, from the United States to present the cheque to the children’s charity organisation. Mr Janoff also personally designed the Sarraf Strata logo which will adorn the Sharks Jersey.

Whilst the business has grown exponentially over the years, the core management team has remained together for over a quarter century.

Amongst the many and varied services Sarraf Strata provide include a comprehensive Strata Management service along with Building and Facilities Management.

Acknowledgement of Country

Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.