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NTI back as major sponsor of Burrumbuttock Hay Runners for 2021

NTI, Australia’s leading transport and logistics insurance specialist is proud to mark five years as major sponsor of the Burrumbuttock Hay Runners, with preparations underway for the next journey, this time from Burrumbuttock, to Wyandra and Winton, 22 – 24 January 2021.

NTI’s Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Tony Clark said heading back out on the road with industry icon Brendan “Bumpa” Farrell OAM, is the perfect way to kick off and set the tone for 2021.

“As 2020 draws to an end, we’re looking ahead at how we can continue to support all Australians. We’re partnering with the Hay Runners for a fifth year running, because we know what we do together makes a difference – to individuals, families and industry,” he said.

“It’s our way of saying thank you to the farmers, transport operators and the volunteers who donate time and resources to get the job done, year after year.”

“Our people are looking forward to catching up with some familiar faces we’ve gotten to know over the years. We’re also hoping to be joined again by the team from Outback Truckers,” said Mr. Clark.

Founded by Bumpa in 2014, the Burrumbuttock Hay Runners help the farming & agricultural industry by transporting and providing essential resources to drought stricken farmers, across regional New South Wales and Queensland.

 “We’re grateful to have NTI back on board for another year. 2020 had been a hell of a time for many of us, but it’s important we band together to support the industry that keeps the rest of the country going,” said Bumpa.

For more information about donating funds or resources to the Burrumbuttock Hay Runners visit the BHR website here.

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