Monochrome Asset Management supports Queensland Masters Men’s Eight in 2021 Australian Masters Rowing Championships

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Queensland Masters Men’s Eight Rowing Team. Image taken by Gary Lynagh Photography.

BRISBANE, June 28, 2021 -- Monochrome Asset Management was proud to sponsor the Queensland Masters Men’s Eight Rowing Team in the 2021 Australian Masters Rowing Championships in South Australia.

“Rowing is about teamwork and the shared commitment towards a common goal,” said David Hobart, Chief Investment Officer at Monochrome and a member of the Queensland Masters Men’s Eight Rowing Team.

“To have the support of a business sharing similar values is a great boost for us. We’re thrilled to have the support of the Monochrome Bitcoin Fund, in our annual tradition.” said David Hobart.

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Queensland Masters Men’s Eight Rowing Team. Image taken by Gary Lynagh Photography.

Monochrome extends their congratulations to the team, who finished 3rd in the Interstate Masters Men’s Eight on May 29, 2021 at West Lakes, Adelaide.

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Queensland Masters Men’s Eight Rowing Team posing with their medals after the races. Image taken by Gary Lynagh Photography.

The race marks Monochrome’s first foray into sports events after their launch in May. Monochrome is proud to be a part of Australia’s national sporting and cultural heritage and aims to support many more events following the growth of the firm.

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