WHEN Redland defender and two-time Dowling Medallist Adrian Williams and his fellow Bombers’ defender Mitch Stallard called in to Totally Workwear’s Capalaba store, they impressed owner Josh Mitchell with their enthusiasm which generated some “buzz” in the process.
“It was great to see the boys come in and check the place out,” Josh said.
“They look pretty fit and ready to go.
“I really appreciated them taking the time to catch up.”
With Totally Workwear Park the venue for home games this season and with Mitch the TWW-sponsored player it was a special visit.
Josh said he was “really excited” as the club’s major sponsor with pre-season matches just around the corner and the season proper fast approaching.
“I’m really upbeat about the season ahead.
“The boys have had a really good camp at Byron Bay and with the talent among the recruits soon to be on show I think we’re in for an exciting season.”
Josh has been busy flicking between his Capalaba and Hemmant stores but has been impressed to see the TWW logo on the training shirts and the club’s official polo shirt, which is available to Bombers’ supporters.
He thought the training gear and supporter merchandise looked great.
Josh has pinpointed the family-owned and run business as contributing to the community and the involvement with the Bombers is integral to that ideal.
He and wife Angela have five children – Zac, Cortney, Katie, Noah and Brodie – with Noah playing Under 11s with the Victoria Point Sharks.
Josh has been with Totally Workwear for nine years and he and Angela have owned the two stores independently for the last three.
“We are part of Australia’s largest network of service providers in workwear, corporate wear and safety gear.
“Having an 82-store network means we can ensure customers are getting focused service, backed with Australia’s best buying power for the best value and quality.”
Once again – we heartily welcome Josh, Angela and the kids – and all you good Redland Bombers’ people don’t hesitate to pop in and say “g’day”.