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Boost Mobile Partners With AUS-X Open

Boost Mobile is expanding its range of partnerships, becoming the official Telco partner of the AUS-X Open while also adding multiple new ambassadors.

The AUS-X Open will be held in Sydney in November, and combines the world’s best Supercross and Freestyle Motocross riders with live music and entertainment.

As part of Boost Mobile’s “aggressive push” back into sponsorships and ambassadorships, it will have a strong brand presence at the AUS-X Open, and will also provide “unique content and access opportunities” to Boost Mobile customers.

“We remain youthful by living and breathing the same lifestyle that our brand represents,” said Boost Mobile general manager Jason Haynes.

“We have the same passions as our customers and will continue to evolve as they do. You can expect many more announcements about partnerships as we know that our audience loves to experience, watch and share their lives just like our ambassadors, all of whom have great stories to tell.”

Among the new ambassadors is Australian motocross superstar Chad Reed, who will wear a helmet featuring Boost Mobile branding at the AUS-X Open.

“Now in our third successive year running at AUS-X Open, we are proud to have established the largest Supercross, Freestyle Motocross and action sports Event in the Southern Hemisphere and one of the best in the world. We’re continually striving to work with like-minded brands and people who understand our event and connect with our fans so it’s fantastic to have Boost Mobile come on board this year as our Official & Exclusive Telecommunications Partner,” said Ryan Sanderson, Director and Co-Founder of AUS-X Open Sydney.

14-year-old skateboarder Keegan Palmer and 11-year-old snowboarder Valentino Guseli were also announced as new ambassadors for Boost Mobile, joining existing ambassadors including surfer Ethan Ewing and influencer Chloe Chapman.

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