The 2017 Priceline Pharmacy Kooyong Classic recently wrapped up marking the end of an exciting tournament which saw women compete for the first time in 20 years.
The week provided attendees with an experience beyond the on-court action with thousands taking up the offer of a free make-up touch up, massage or health check in the Priceline Pharmacy Health and Beauty Lounge.
In addition to the general public retreating to the lounge, almost every player of the tournament stopped by to check their health score on the exclusive digital health stations and some of the female players even taking up the option to have a freshen up with the Beauty Advisors.
“As a brand for women, we want to demonstrate that our support extends beyond offering the best products and services,” says Priceline Pharmacy CEO, Stephen Roche.
“Being naming rights sponsors of the Kooyong Classic for the third year in a row enables us to help promote an active and healthy lifestyle and we are proud to be a part of this iconic Australian tournament,”
Wednesday was the annual “Priceline Sisterhood Foundation Day” attended by Patron of the Foundation Ita Buttrose, Priceline Sister Ada Nicodemou and Priceline Sister Sam Harris.
Priceline Pharmacy is the co-major sponsor of the Western Bulldog AFL Women’s team and on Thursday the team was invited along to Kooyong to help open the first match with a friendly game of tennis against legends Pat Cash and Richard Fromberg.