Melbourne Storm teams up with Mosh to shine a light on men’s health issues
Melbourne Storm has launched a new partnership with Mosh, an online men’s health platform, to raise awareness of men’s health issues.
Melbourne Storm’s NRL team will help raise awareness of a range of important men’s health issues through a new partnership launched today with Mosh.
Founded in 2017, Australia’s online men’s health platform allows men to conveniently and safely discuss health issues or have their health questions answered by working alongside dozens of leading doctors, psychologists and pharmacists. .
Mosh is dedicated to the discreet online treatment of issues such as mental health, sexual health, skin care, sleep disorders and hair loss.
Mosh branding will be displayed on the sleeves of all three of Storm’s training and physiotherapy shirts, match day signage and regular online men’s health updates will be available to club audiences over one million social media followers.
“Men’s health is an important area of focus for the Storm, and that’s why we’re proud to partner with Mosh, who are opening up conversations in this area for Australian men,” Storm Managing Director – Commercial, Partnerships and Corporate Sales Daniel Cullinan mentioned.
“It’s a subject that is close to the heart of our team of players and our coaches, who cover all age groups, from the late teens to their 60s.
“Like all Australian men, they run into problems along the way.
“We know that men can push health issues to the back of their minds, but through this partnership with Mosh, we will open the conversation and show how all Australian men can easily access professional and affordable help and assistance. “
Mosh co-founder Gabriel Baker said: “Mosh is proud to announce its partnership with the most widely supported NRL club in Australia.
“The Storm has over 1.2 million supporters nationwide, which represents an incredible opportunity to reach more people, especially men, and encourage them to talk more openly about their personal health issues. and research clinically proven treatment discreetly online.”
Over 50,000 men are already benefiting from the Mosh online platform.
Source: Melbourne Storm Rugby League Club