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Brayd Smith Inks Sponsoship Pact With Bartercard

The Great White Brayd Smith pens sponsorship deal with Bartercard.

Bartercard are proud to be announced as a major sponsor of rising Featherweight superstar and Toowoomba local, twenty-one year old boxer Braydon Smith.

Smith, a third year law student and current WBF Asia Pacific Youth Champions, has boxing in his blood. Trained by his father, a 3 time world champion trainer, Brendon Smith, together they are destined to achieve great things. 

Bartercard is an Australian-born company having been in business now for 22 years. With 40 franchises around Australia and approximately 20,000 members, Bartercard has been offering small businesses an alternative method for increasing profits by trading their goods or services instead of using cash

“He is a great role model for young adults as he shows determination, commitment and dedication to the sport of boxing. We are positive that Braydon will be a good ambassador for Bartercard and a mentor for many others in his sport”, says local Bartercard Franchisee, Bruce Squelch.

Supporting our local heroes is an important part of the Bartercard Local Community Strategy. The Bartercard Franchisees are members of their community and Bruce Squelch, the Toowoomba franchisee is proud to be associated with Smithy’s Gym and Braydon Smith.

Braydon Smith said he was excited to have the support of such a successful company.

“Bartercard is a well known Australian company with a great image and members all over the world,” said Smith.

“I feel very privileged to have their support together with my other sponsors Reedy Creek Recycling, Geiger Civil and Electrical and Sovereign Property Partners”.

“I am looking forward to being a good ambassador and being able to grow my career alongside another very professional and motivated team in Bartercard.”

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