SURFING WA AND CLUB MED CELEBRATE CONTINUED PARTNERSHIP

Surfing Western Australia is thrilled to announce the renewal of its partnership with Club Med, the market-leader of premium all-inclusive holidays, reaffirming a shared commitment to offering exceptional experiences in the world’s most picturesque locations.
 
Surfing WA CEO, Mark Lane, shared his excitement about the ongoing collaboration:
“We are delighted to renew our partnership with Club Med, a brand that has become a natural extension of our surfing community. Throughout the past year, our surfers have welcomed Club Med into the fold with their support of surfing and extensive portfolio of luxury, global resorts.
 
“As we step into the next phase of our collaboration, we are excited to build deeper connections between our surfers and Club Med, fueled by a shared love of travel, adventure and quality experiences.”
 
Club Med will maintain a dynamic presence at select Surfing WA competitions, such as the iconic King of the Point at Trigg Beach, the prestigious Whalebone Longboard Classic at Cottesloe, and various other events throughout the year. The successful alliance will extend into exciting new opportunities for our community, to be unveiled in the coming months.
 
Michelle Davies, General Manager for Club Med Pacific said:
“We are thrilled to announce the renewal of our partnership with Surfing WA, reinforcing our shared commitment of providing unforgettable experiences. Over the past year, we’ve loved working together and see great alignment.
 
“With our enhanced surfing offering in our Maldives Club Med resorts, we are positive this partnership will allow the surfing community the ability to explore the world around us. We look forward to strengthening our relationship with both Surfing WA and the surfing community.”
 
About Club Med:
With over 70 premium and luxury all-inclusive resorts in sun and snow destinations worldwide, Club Med is a pioneer in creating all-encompassing holiday experiences. Since 1950, Club Med has been dedicated to delivering holidays that go beyond relaxation, offering guests the opportunity to try new activities, connect with local cultures, rejuvenate, and contribute positively to the destinations they visit.
 
Club Med’s all-inclusive packages and innovative services are designed to create a hassle-free vacation, allowing guests to indulge in their passions and enjoy every moment of their stay.
For more information on the partnership and the benefits it brings to the Surfing WA community, please visit surfingwa.com.au and clubmed.com.au.

Image:
WSL Championship Tour rookie Jacob Willcox enjoying the world class waves in the Maldives during his stay at Club Med Kani. Photo credit: Hupa Ibrahim / Surfing WA.

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