‘Pump up your team’ campaign returns

Pump will continue its partnership with the AFL as the official water for the 2018 season and, for the second year running, will change its iconic packaging to feature all of the AFL’s 18 team names on the labels.

The limited-edition packs will be available during March through to May, enabling fans to select Pump as their water of choice while cheering on their team. The campaign also includes social, influencer, radio and in-store activity.

For the first time, PUMP will also partner with some individual AFL players such as Patrick Dangerfield, Rory Sloane and Nic Naitanui to help galvanise support and raise awareness of how AFL fans can pump up their teams.

Consumer promotions to win tickets to the 2018 Toyota AFL Grand Final will also be featured on Triple M’s ‘The Rush Hour’ in Melbourne to drive local engagement.

Pump Senior Brand Manager Kara Morrow said: “As the number-one water for sport and exercise, we’re pumped to be back in the stands and continuing our strong partnership with the AFL. We can’t wait to see how fans nationwide show their support and get behind their favourite teams this season.”

PUMP limited-edition packs are currently being rolled out nationwide across the PUMP 750ml plain range, including AFL team names: Blues, Bombers, Bulldogs, Cats, Crows, Demons, Eagles, Freo, Giants, Hawks, Kangas, Lions, Magpies, Power, Saints, SUNS, Swans and Tigers.

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