Industree Group makes generous donation in honour of Bob Fulton
Posted in Club News seaeagles.com.au Friday 18 June 2021.
Behind the scenes at 4 Pines Park Friday, June 11th, as the Sea Eagles cruised to an impressive 50-18 victory over the Cowboys and the Club paid tribute to the late great Bob Fulton, Sea Eagles Senior Partner Industree Group visited the corporate suite where the Fulton family were being hosted, to deliver a donation to the Sea Eagles Pathways Academy in honour of ‘Bozo.’
Industree Group owners Jason Stenning, Melanie Stenning and Jon Fleming were delighted to hand over a $12,000 cheque to Bob’s children Brett, Scott and Kristie who are all heavily involved with the Sea Eagles Pathways Academy; the Club’s junior talent identification and development program that was a great passion of Bob’s for many years.
Current Sea Eagles NRL squad members including Josh Schuster, Haumole Olakau’atu, Cade Cust, Tevita Funa and Ben Trbojevic are just some of the talent that have been identified and developed through the Sea Eagles Pathways Academy.
“We are big believers in investing in grassroots and junior development in all sports, especially at the Sea Eagles“Jason Stenning – Industree Group Managing Director
“Bob was one of my all-time favourite players and a huge inspiration both on and off the field and this donation through the Sea Eagles Foundation is the perfect way to support the great work of the Pathways Academy whilst also remembering the one and only Bozo.”
“The very generous donation in Dad’s name will greatly assist the important work of the Pathways Academy“Kristie Fulton – Sea Eagles Pathways Academy Manager
“Industree Group already invest significantly with the Club as a Senior Partner, so to go over and above with this donation is very generous and very thoughtful of Jason, Melanie and Jon on behalf of Industree Group.”
As Match Day Partner of the Sea Eagles Round 14 home game Friday, June 11th, Industree Group were very proud to be part of such a special night ‘Remembering Bob Fulton.’