In an exciting announcement this week, Teach Me About Property (TMAP) has been unveiled as the Gold Sponsor of the ANZMRL 2024-2026 Māori All Stars teams, both Men’s and Wahine. TMAP, known for our property and education services, supports a diverse community of property investors and first home buyers. In fact, many of our early adopters came from New Zealand and the Pacific Islands.

TMAP’s Founder and CEO, Massey Archibald, was himself born in Hastings, New Zealand. He shared his thoughts on the sponsorship deal, “It’s great to be able to support a team of legends, and have the mutual benefit of visibility for our cause of changing one million lives, one family at a time.”

The Deal

As part of the deal, TMAP’s logo will feature prominently on the front of the Māori All Stars playing jerseys for the 2024-2026 period. Additionally, our backstory and services will be shared across the team’s social media platforms. This exposure at every game, and in the digital space, is set to bolster our cause’s visibility in the community. Moreover, we are aligning our brand with the excitement and cultural significance of the Māori All Stars.

The Games

The Harvey Norman All Stars event is returning to Townsville in 2024. From the pre-game hakas and cultural dances to the adrenaline-pumping match, its the perfect kickoff to the season. With TMAP’s backing, this year’s event promises to be just as spectacular as ever.

Fans can look forward to the Mixed Touch Football game and Women’s NRL Harvey Norman All Stars. Moreover, the much anticipated Men’s NRL Harvey Norman All Stars on February 16th at the Queensland Country Bank Stadium. The event will be heightened by cultural performances, including the Indigenous Team War Cry, the Māori Team Haka, and a live performance by Jessica Mauboy.

The sponsorship package is more than just a business transaction; it’s a thank you to our supporters. The Māori and Pacific Islander communities have been with TMAP since its humble beginnings. As TMAP continues to guide families and investors in property, we now also play a role in championing the spirit of the Māori All Stars.