The SKCC committee is thrilled to welcome Melbourne law firm Logie-Smith Lanyon on board as naming rights sponsor for the clubs ‘Super Crit’ being held again this year in Port Melbourne on December 15.
Club President Andrew Gooding made the announcement today stating that on the strength of last year’s hugely successful event, it was only a matter of time before a sponsor came forward to get formally involved with it this time around. He went on to say that Logie-Smith Lanyon saw this as being a multi-year relationship centred around the super crit event.
In committing to the event, the firm’s Managing Partner Andrew Logie-Smith said that “We’re a growing firm of over 30 lawyers, many of whom ride bikes regularly. We are attracted to the super crit because we feel it will continue to go from strength to strength with each passing year, plus as a sport, there is lot of personal interest in cycling within our firm.”
Super Crit Race Director Adrian Vlok says that “Having such a reputable corporate backer at this level of sponsorship underlines the legitimacy of the event as one of Australia premier bike races. We had some doubters last year about the clubs ability to make the dream of the event a successful reality, so naturally we’re thrilled with this announcement.”
Logie-Smith Lanyon is a mid-sized full service commercial law firm. Formed in 1996, the firm is largely comprised of senior practitioners, many of whom have been partners in large city practices. Clients receive top quality, business-oriented legal advice from leading experts in their field.
Based in Melbourne, Logie-Smith Lanyon services a wide range of local and international clients in industries as diverse as defence, logistics, technology, mining, telecommunications, agriculture, hospitality and sports.