Club banks on solid support

By Lachlan Durling

BEEN there, done that. And now they’ve got the photo to prove it.

On May 16 the Kyvalley Tennis club were invited to the Kyabram ANZ Branch to be presented with their 2018 Australian Open Hot Shots photo with wheelchair tennis star Dylan Alcott.

The club met with Kyabram ANZ branch manager Jenny Ludington and ANZ district manager for Albury and north east, Simon Mallia.

Hot Shots co-ordinator Melissa Williams thanked the ANZ for their ongoing support.

She also acknowledged the club have been lucky enough to have been selected three years in a row to attend the ANZ Hot Shots Day at the Open, being rewarded with 50 free tickets and help towards bus transfers.

The Kyvalley Tennis Club has also partnered with ANZ to be a registered home and business loan introducer. When an eligible loan application is referred through the club, approved and settled, ANZ will pay the club a referral fee. A $500,000 business loan will reward the club with $3000.

“We ask if you or anyone you know is looking at refinancing or taking out a new home or business loan to please get in contact with us for a referral form or contact Jenny at the Kyabram ANZ for home loans or Richard Myers at the Shepparton ANZ for business loans,” Kyvalley Tennis Club’s Melissa Williams said.