Jets shooting for the stars with Banjo’s

BANJO’S Rosny is more than just a bakery – it’s a community hub that is deeply invested in the people and culture of the area.

The bakery prides itself on offering the freshest products, made by a dedicated local team that understands the importance of quality and taste.

But what really sets Banjo’s Rosny apart is its commitment to giving back to the community.

Operations manager Scott Jones understands the importance of community involvement and supports local initiatives that have a positive impact on locals.

An example of this is the store’s sponsorship of the Eastern Shore Jets Netball Club, which includes donating prizes for the club’s Player of the Week awards.

The Eastern Shore Jets was established to fill a gap in the local community, offering a caring and inclusive club for grassroots sport and encouraging more people to get out and be active.

Club co-founder and president Dani Shields is passionate about incorporating junior players into the club, which has seen immense growth in membership since its inception.

The Jets have a strong local focus and strive to support Eastern Shore businesses, and were delighted when Banjo’s Rosny came on board as a Major Sponsor.

“The support from Banjo’s Rosny’s has allowed our club to keep registration fees and uniform costs as low as possible, ensuring that playing netball for the Jets is achievable for everyone,” club co-founder Meg Brown said.

The Eastern Shore Jets looks forward to continuing their partnership with Banjo’s Rosny for many years to come, providing them with #JetFuel (coffee) before each game!

Go Jets!

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