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Carlton Media  October 9, 2017 9:03 AM

Silvagni outlines Draft strategy As the NAB AFL Draft Combine enters its third day at Etihad Stadium, Grace Phillips caught up with List Management & Strategy manager Stephen Silvagni.

WITH the official NAB AFL Trade Period beginning today, Priority Care has signed on as the official partner of Carlton’s list management and recruiting team.

The company’s logo will feature on the recruiters’ apparel for the next 12 months, kicking off right before their busiest time of year. 

Carlton’s GM of List Management and Strategy Stephen Silvagni said he’s delighted Priority Care will be supporting him and his team.

“We’re really pleased to partner with Priority Care,” Silvagni said.

“It’s great to have another brand show its support for Carlton as we enter what will be an exciting trade and draft period where we will look to welcome a number of new players to the Blues for 2018 and beyond.”  

Priority Care is backing Carlton's recruiters for this year's trade and draft periods. (Photo: Carlton Media)

Priority Care is a unique organisation that offers health, well-being and injury management solutions for all types of businesses.

As an online service, the company provides integrated connectivity between the network providers and the organisations it services. Notable brands including Lend Lease, Spotless, Holcim and Programmed are just a few of its current clients.

General Manager of Priority Care, Rani Haddad, said he was rapt to take up this wonderful opportunity with the Blues.

“We couldn’t be happier to partner with the Carlton Football Club,” Haddad said.

“It’s such an iconic brand not only within the Australian sports community, but also more widely in the business community.

“With one of the biggest corporate networks in Australia, and the largest structured business network (Carlton IN Business), we see a huge opportunity to grow our brand and build business relationships through the partnership."

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