Bankwest unveils the giant Guernsey of Support


15 June 2012

Bankwest showed its support at the West Coast Eagles’ 600th game last night when we revealed our giant 8x5m Guernsey of Support. Excited fans who had signed the guernsey beforehand got to hold it over a stadium block at half time with Garry the Squirrel helping pump up the 35,000 strong crowd.

In April this year Bankwest sent 56 pieces of the giant guernsey across the store network in WA inviting fans to write their messages of support to the West Coast Eagles. The pieces were then stitched together to form the giant Guernsey of Support.

At the end of the unveiling Paul Vivian, Head of Marketing, was happy to present the guernsey to Bankwest Ambassador and West Coast Eagles star, Andrew Embley.

Thank you to all the fans who signed the giant Guernsey and who participated in the unveiling. Below is a photo of the unveiling in action which you can now download. Simply click on the photo and then right click to save it to your computer.

Go Eagles!

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