8 April 2013

BMD Northcliffe Surf Club

BMD were proud to see two BMD Northcliffe Surf Club nipper members, Spencer Jeans and Jake Satherly featured in a recent Courier Mail advertising campaign. BMD is the official naming rights sponsor of the BMD Northcliffe Surf Club which is the first partnership of its kind in Australia between a surf club and a corporate sponsor. The Group Board Chairman and Managing Director, Mick Power AM, has been a member of BMD Northcliffe for more than forty years and is a Board Member on the Northcliffe Foundation and also a Vice Patron of the Surf Life Saving Foundation. BMD is proud to be associated with this worthy organisation that epitomises the very best of Australian culture. In the last 100 years, Australian Surf Life Savers have rescued more than 500,000 people and provided first aid to a million others. In recent times, BMD Northcliffe has been the most dominant Surf Life Saving Club in Australia, boasting an expanding membership base, world and national championships, an enthusiastic Nipper program, significant involvement in community activities and contributing everyday of the week to the preservation of human life on the beaches of the Gold Coast. BMD Northcliffe Surf Club have won the past nine Australian Champion Club titles, most recently in 2012. BMD Northcliffe was also awarded the World Champion Club title in 2008 and 2012. _______________________________________________________________________________

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Since 1979, BMD has employed a relationship based business model founded on certainty, collaboration and performance.

With approximately 1,500 staff throughout Australia, BMD has the resources and experience to deliver projects ranging in size from $1 million to over $1 billion and is currently ranked 43rd in the 2012 BRW’s Top 500 Private Companies list.

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