The sponsorship will see Polaris continue to work with La Trobe Sport to enable more students, staff and the local community to get active through a range of Team La Trobe offerings, including clubs, community events, and the La Trobe Indoor Sports Centre.
La Trobe Sport Senior Manager Bronwyn Neeson said the sponsorship will provide a boost for community sport in Melbourne’s northern corridor.
“Polaris and Team La Trobe are committed to providing a thriving community sport environment in Melbourne’s northern corridor,” said Neeson.
This sentiment was echoed by Dealcorp Executive Chairman David Kobritz.
“La Trobe University is the largest institutional neighbour of Polaris 3083. We share the same values of community, support and growth. We are proud to support the students, staff and broader neighbourhood through this ongoing partnership.”
Featuring over 35 cafes, shops restaurants, services and more, Polaris is the inner north’s largest, master planned precinct, and home to over 750 residents.
The community development is located on Plenty Road, just two minutes away from La Trobe University’s Bundoora Campus.