A trio of AFLW talent were on hand last week to celebrate the 30th year celebrations of one of Fremantle’s AFLW partners, Tronox.
Roxy Roux, Mim Strom and Aine Tighe attended the Tronox open day, recognising 30 years of continuous operations in the Kwinana community.
The Club’s AFLW players joined in on the milestone festivities, putting Tronox team members and their families through a variety of skill challenges and games.
Participants were rewarded with signed Fremantle posters and giveaways, with plenty of energy and excitement throughout the day.
Tronox has been a partner of Fremantle’s AFLW team since the competition’s inception and has recently extended their partnership with the Club for a further three seasons.
The Club is delighted to have the ongoing support of, and partnership with, Tronox who champion strong community involvement, a diverse workforce, and are dedicated to supporting women who are excelling in their chosen fields.
Tronox’s Head of Community and Stakeholder Relations Gabby Maynard said the event was a huge success.
“Thank you so much for the great activation, and the energy and fun the players brought to the Open Day on Friday,” Maynard said.
“The players had great interaction with our Tronox community and received really positive feedback.
“It was a pleasure to showcase our partnership to our Tronox friends and family.”