Admark believes in the value of community and has an ongoing commitment to local involvement.

Our sponsorship relationship with the mighty Chiefs dates back to 1996. We support our boys on the field, through a cash contribution and by wrapping the Chiefs bus from bumper to bumper, signwriting the management vehicle fleet, stadium signage, HQ signage - all sorts of print solutions!  Go The Chiefs!   www.chiefs.co.nz

Avantidrome and Home of Cycling

Admark is a proud sponsor of Avantidrome and Home of Cycling - we are fortunate to be able to support an organisation which helps grow our talented sports men and women.   Admark produced the external and internal signage solutions at the complex.

Sport Waikato

Admark recognises the important role that education and preventative organisations play in our community - which is why we have supported Sport Waikato for 20 -odd years now. Sport Waikato contributes to the health and well-being of our community through their active living philosophy and their initiatives, programmes and services. www.sportwaikato.org.nz

Hamilton Boys' High School Rowing

HBHS Rowing is widely recognised as the most successful secondary school rowing programme in New Zealand. The discipline and work ethic instilled in our young rowers are attributes that will remain with them for life.  We have proudly supported HBHS School Rowing by wrapping their boats and trailers -helping them to get to their races and compete in style. www.hbhsrowing.org.nz

Westpac Air Ambulance

We proudly sponsored the wrapping of the Westpac Air Ambulance fixed-wing aircraft.  Based at the Hamilton Airport, the air ambulance is used for longer distance medical flights and is a crucial part of the air rescue service operated by the Philips Search & Rescue Trust. www.westpacairambulance.org.nz 

Argus Fire Variety Vehicle

The Argus Team would like to thank you for your sponsorship in this year’s Variety Bash.  Your support enabled Argus to be involved and raise funds for the under privileged kids of NZ.

The Variety Bash travelled from National Park to Waiouru, then to Waipukurau via Onga Onga; Picton via Wellington; Hanmer via Blenheim; Kaiapoi, and Christchurch before finishing up in Kaikoura.   

The 2013 Bash fundraising efforts will go towards Variety’s Future Kiwi Kids programme. This helps Kiwi kids reach their full potential through the Gold Heart Scholarship programme, the Variety Voices Youth Choir, and technology and educational grants for children in need.  

This year the Variety Bash distributed just shy of $72,000 in grants, which included musical and drama equipment for young people in Waiouru; an ipad each for three young girls with special needs, swimming lessons for a boy with Autism; prescriptions glasses for children living with grandparents; clean bedding for families staying at Ronald McDonald House; Laptops to three secondary schools throughout Christchurch; a Sunshine Coach for Birthright Christchurch, sports equipment for a school in Kaikoura; as well as books and friendship seats to schools along the Bash route. Meanwhile Bash teams cleared up the garden at a school in Kaiapoi and made a once unusable BMX track safe for local children. 

Once again we appreciate your support, and look forward to working with you in 2013.

Kind Regards,

Bryce Donaldson

Argus Fire Systems Service Ltd