Iconic Western Sydney landmark renamed after non-bank lender

by Julia Corderoy13 Feb 2015
Iconic Penrith landmark and home of NRL team Penrith Panthers has been renamed as Pepper Stadium, after partnering with leading non-bank lender Pepper.

Patrick Tuttle, Co-Group CEO of Pepper, says the partnership marks a significant step in Pepper’s commitment to Western Sydney. The non-bank is already a major partner of the Western Sydney Wanderers.

"The Panthers’ on-field success, combined with its strong community engagement programs, is very impressive and the club has been in our sights for some time,” Tuttle said.

“To be the naming rights sponsor of the club’s iconic home ground not only gives us great exposure but will also help us to further engage within this vibrant community.”

The 22,500 seat Pepper Stadium will welcome fans for the first home game on Sunday 8 March 2015 where the Panthers are set to host the Canterbury Bulldogs.

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