Mercedes-Benz

Friends of Mercedes-Benz Parramatta 

30.06.2019

Mercedes-Benz Parramatta is proud to be associated with the following VIP's, in various categories, representing our dealership.
BRAD ARTHUR: Brad is the current head coach for the Parramatta Eels. An Australian professional rugby league football coach and current head coach for the Parramatta Eels of the National Rugby League. 
HUGH BOWMAN: Jockey of retired champion Australian Thoroughbred racehorse Winx. Bowman is an elite horseman and is ranked at the top of the world's best jockey standings, a contest run over the best 100 races around the world.
ROSS GREENWOOD: Ross is the radio presenter of Money News on radio 2GB, Monday to Thursday from 6pm to 8pm. He has covered finance and business matters in Australia and around the world for almost 30 years. He is the Nine Network's business and finance editor, and was co-host of its former flagship current affairs program Sunday. His reporting assignments for Nine have taken him to Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
TERRY KENNEDY: Terry Kennedy (TK) is a presenter on radio 2KY’s, The Big Sports Breakfast. The flagship program on Sky Sports Radio 1017AM is co-hosted by Laurie Daley, on air each weekday morning between 5:30am-9am.
TIM MANNAH: Tim is a professional rugby league football player for the Parramatta Eels. He has played his entire NRL career to date with Parramatta, attaining the club's captaincy. 
CHRIS WALLER: Chris Waller trainer of retired champion Australian Thoroughbred racehorse Winx.  After starting in Sydney with a small team the Kiwi has become one of the leading trainers in Australia, training more than 200 winners in 2013/14. His record at this stage of his career matches the greats of the turf, with more than 40 Group 1 winners and a swag of Sydney premierships under his belt. He has topped 100 winners in six consecutive seasons, breaking the 200 barrier for the first time in 2012/13. He is now the dominant force in Sydney racing having won four Doncaster Handicaps, two Epsoms, two Metropolitans and an Australian Oaks.