* Bowls Australia Press Release
Shade structure company MakMax will continue its partnership with Bowls Australia for another two years, after recently signing an extension to show their ongoing support to bowls in Australia.
MakMax will continue as Bowls Australia’s preferred partner of bowling green shade products until at least 2022.
MakMax Australia is a world leading tensile membrane specialist in the design, fabrication and installation of fabric architecture.
Specialising in sporting venues, MakMax strives to create quality playing and environments of all sizes and to suit any need.
MakMax has a proven record of successful installations at several bowls clubs around the country, while it has shown its capability to build large scale projects, having played a major part in Perth Stadium project.
Several clubs MakMax has worked with include Moama and Pine Rivers, which host Bowls Premier League events, as well as Merimbula’s Club Sapphire which hosted the Australian Championships for several years.
MakMax understands that each club has its own goals and needs and prides itself on being able to offer something new and different to suit each individual club.
“MakMax is very proud to extend our partnership with Bowls Australia. Our ability to design, engineer, fabricate and install large scale shade structures has enabled us to provide custom solutions for Bowls clubs Australia wide,” MakMax Sales and Marketing Director Justin Murray said.
“We have designed and delivered large scale shade solutions for a number of prominent bowls clubs and we look forward to partnering with many more clubs in the future.”
Bowls Australia CEO Neil Dalrymple said he is excited to see MakMax continue its ongoing support for bowls in Australia.
“MakMax carries a strong reputation, expertise and experience in the construction of shade structures and have shown their range of capabilities at many bowls clubs. We look forward to continuing our partnership with them into the future,” he said.
Contact MakMax Australia today for all bowls shade structure and weather protection needs.