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FashFest

Food Fitness Fashion Interview Canberran Brand ONTHEGO Sports

 

We had THE BEST TIME at FASHFEST on the weekend and we wanted to share an interview we did with Food Ftiness Fashion before our show. We will be releasing more from the night in the coming days so get excited for some awesome images from the runway!

See what Food Fitness Fashion had to say below or view the full article at: 

Top 10 things about Grand Final Day

AFL Grandfinal 2016

 

AFL fans, brace yourselves

 

1 - The smell of the fresh cut grass that emanates from football ovals

2 - The aura and anticipation of what is about to unfold

3 - The gigantic roar and spine tingling ‘hair on the back of your neck’ during the national anthem

4 - When a fleeting moment is etched in time and becomes a piece of history

5 - The thrill of winning

6 - The agony of losing

ONTHEGO Sports Founder Mick Spencer takes out the 2016 Emerging Leader Award - ACT

We are super stoked that our young and fearless leader has been recognised for his leadership of our ONTHEGO team and wider community. So stoked in fact, that we sang ‘he’s a jolly good fellow’ in the office this morning.  
 
Mick Spencer, the Founder and CEO of ONTHEGO Sports has won the 2016 Emerging Leader Award for ACT.
 
The Australian Institute of Management Leadership Excellence Awards (ALEAs), held at the Rex Hotel last night, recognises and celebrates Australia’s most outstanding leaders.  
 

To affect real change, we need people power

Greg Golds is an Intensive Care Paramedic using apparel to raise awareness to the ever increasing epidemic of violence towards emergency service personnel.
 
Kris from ONTHEGO Sports and Greg have been working together since March on prouducing t-shirts, polo shirts, road cycling kits, mountain bike jerseys, skins, jackets, racerback singlets, hoodies, caps, and beanies. Grab a cuppa, this is a great read about how Greg and his wife Kyla have worked hard to create awareness for the cause. 
 

Sport: Part of something bigger

Soldier on operations turned ONTHEGO Sales Rep, Kris Milne talks about his experience in a war torn country. He saw sport as a powerful tool overcoming differences and is now making an impact at ONTHEGO Sports through team wear. 

 

MAKING AN IMPACT 

 

“Sport is a universal language. At its best it can bring people together, no matter what their origin, background, religious beliefs or economic status.”

 

Some may ask themselves why I do what I do?

 

A ride around the planet’s 6th largest country

It’s T-minus one day, as Greg embarks on the ride of his life to raise 50k for Youth off the Streets!

 

Cricket by Steve Waugh, team wear for clubs launch

After our launch of the Cricket by Steve Waugh team wear range we have had some awesome conversations around meeting the needs of team and clubs. Thanks to our supporters in the industry the message is spreading far and wide! See below what Australasian Leisure Management had to say about the new range.  

Story: Australian Leisure Management

Mollie’s journey to ONTHEGO

Meet the newest member of our growing team!

Mollie is working on our Marketing and Programs with a focus on social impact.

Thanks to Maggie from Sportslink for this great article about Mollie’s journey to ONTHEGO

 

http://www.slinki.biz/australia/cooran/articles/bain-social-impact-in-new-marketing-role-232

An Awesome season for CBR Brave!

The Canberra Brave had an amazing season reaching their first grand final and narrowly missing out on the championship. As Official Apparel Sponsors the ONTHEGO Team loved getting behind CBR Brave at home games and watching their supporters grow!
 
Congratulations on an awesome season guys, you did the Nations Capital proud!      
 
See below Tom Corrigan in the Canberra Times with the wrap up.
 
 

Hopes of new venue for Canberra Ice Hockey!

From the Knights folding in 2014 to ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr making an election commitment to start planning for a new venue, Canberra Brave has gone from Rags to Riches. Read the full story from Tom Corrigan in the Canberra Times.

 

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