BRISBANE BRONCOS TO SELL OFF 25 PER CENT

Written on the 17 June 2011

BRISBANE BRONCOS TO SELL OFF 25 PER CENT

A QUARTER stake in one of Australia’s most famous sporting franchises is up for sale.

Join Brisbane Bronco’s CEO Paul White (pictured) in an exclusive interview with Brisbane Business News as he talks about the future of Australia’ s sole ASX-listed NRL club. White speaks candidly about the company’s financial performance, where the club is headed off the field and how he’ll take it there.

We also discover why the club’s one-time financial heavyweights have decided to sell the only non-News Limited owned shares.

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