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We’re supporting key industries and the community

As a nominated ‘default fund’ in the Fitness Industry and Horse & Greyhound Training Awards, NSF Super enjoys a strong relationship with employers in both industries, and is always keen to support key industry associations and events.

This year, the team at NSF Super have been proud to continue support of the following associations and key events:

  • Australian Trainers Association (ATA) – key industry body for Australian horse trainers, based in Flemington, Victoria
  • Fitness Australia – as Event Partner of the 2016 National Symposium
  • Hunter Thoroughbred Breeders Association (HTBA) – Gold Sponsor of the 2016 HTBA Awards as part of the Scone Horse Festival

NSF Super has also continued to support a number of community initiatives including the Healthy Harold program for local school children through Hunter Life Education, the 2016 Alumni Awards for Hunter TAFE, and the 2016 Hunter Melanoma Foundation (HMF) Race Day.

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