Bulldogs roll up their sleeves to support Asbestos-related Cancer Research

MEDIA RELEASE

For Immediate Release – Monday 9th July 2012

Bulldogs roll up their sleeves to support Asbestos-related Cancer Research

This Friday 13th July, Doltone House will once again replace their Bulldogs sleeve sponsorship recognition for the match against the Parramatta Eels with the Biaggio Signorelli Foundation Logo to help promote the organisation they founded to raise funds for Asbestos-related Cancer Research (Mesothelioma). The Foundation so far committed almost $1million to this research.

The work of the Foundation is the Signorelli family’s tribute to their father, founder of the Doltone House venue and catering collection group, who passed away from the cancer in May 2008. It is committed to raising awareness, early detection, treatment and eventually finding a cure for asbestos-related cancer.

The player’s jerseys will be autographed and auctioned off on Grays Online as part of the fund raising element of the match. Be sure to support this worthy cause by bidding on one of these limited edition jerseys following the Round 19 match, which is historically a great clash between these old rivals.

Some of the Foundation’s Board members include Former NSW Premier Morris Iemma Parliamentary Secretary for Transport and Roads, John Ajaka MP, radio presenters Jason Morrison from 2UE & Glenn Wheeler of 2GB, Keith Cox (Head Chemotherapy nurse at RPA), along with Doltone Houses’ family Directors, Paul Signorelli, Nina Milazzo and Anna Cesarano.

Doltone House are also proud to announce that they will be continuing their sponsorship of the Bulldogs for another year. According to Managing Director, Paul Signorelli “The Bulldogs are a family club, Doltone House is a family business and we support all of their work in the community alongside their achievements on the field”.

For all Media Enquiries, please contact:

Nicole Dunn – [email protected]   or

Anna Cesarano –  [email protected]

For further information about the Biaggio Signorelli Foundation, go to: www.biaggiosignorelli.org.au