RYCO 24•7 MCS Opportunities – Australia & NZ

Are you looking for a career that offers awesome job satisfaction, and the potential for high rewards?

RYCO 24•7 van operators achieve this plus a lot more.
Our role is to help customers minimise downtime for their expensive equipment and machinery by getting them “Up and running” as soon as possible.
Satisfaction is achieved by you working in different locations and on different machines, from working in a factory, a quarry, on ships, forestry, or big rigs, the variety of work is incredible.
Working hours are flexible, with call outs after hours a possibility.
If you have a desire to be self employed, or employed, being a RYCO 24•7 van operator could be what you are looking for.

Opportunities available nationwide.

Contact RYCO 24•7 today.

RYCO 24•7 Southern Stars Victorious

Congratulations to the RYCO 24•7 sponsored Southern Stars Netball Team 2 in winning the Under 15s SUNA Division 2 Netball competition last Tuesday night, 2nd October 2012.

The girls started the year in Division 1 with mixed results – 1 win from 4 games. After 4 weeks, the girls moved into Division 2, which brought even more competition with winning results.
All the girls played the season with great spirit and endeavour resulting in them winning the pinnacle – the Grand Final!

The Southern Stars are very excited about the upcoming new season and defending their premiership.
RYCO 24•7 is proud to be the sponsor of the U15s Southern Stars and congratulate all the girls and coaching staff who showed great spirit and enthusiasm throughout the season, well done!

RYCO helping indigenous youth in the top end

For the past three years RYCO has partnered with AFLNT’s Youth Girls Programs to provide an under-16’s AFL competition for indigenous girls in the Northern Territory. RYCO and local distributor Flame Control Industries have co-sponsored this event.

This year, over 150 girls from top-end communities competed in 14 teams in a 2-day event, providing the girls with an opportunity usually only afforded to the boys. The girls not only have fun, but learn useful life skills to help them achieve. Twenty outstanding girls were selected from the group this year as the RYCO 24•7 All-Stars and awarded special guernsies for their proven talent.

RYCO are proud to sponsor a program that provides such opportunity and enjoyment for indigenous girls from remote communities.

 For more information on the program, see AFLNT website.

RYCO 24•7 local community support

RYCO 24•7 getting back to grass roots football and regional community support

RYCO 24•7 ambassador, Kevin Sheedy, made a special appearance in Warrnambool on Friday 8th February 2013 for a charity fundraiser organised by the East Warrnambool Football Club (EWFC) and Warrnambool Hydraulics.

The former Essendon player and coach and now coach of Greater Western Sydney, spent time at the Warrnambool Base Hospital with some of the intensive care patients and their families and visited the EWFC club. Here Kevin met with some of the junior and senior RYCO Bombers players and made an inspiring speech on the importance of youth football in AFL.

The Sportsman’s Night, which was centred on raising funds for the Leila Rose Foundation, followed immediately after at The Lady Bay Resort. The Leila Rose Foundation works towards fighting rare forms of children’s cancer by providing personal and financial support to families and sourcing the best possible treatment options from around the world. The sports memorabilia auction that night raised $7000 for The Leila Rose Foundation.

RYCO 24•7 are proud to have been a part of the event raising awareness and funds for a great cause as well as providing an opportunity for the local youth football players to meet a sporting legend in regional Australia.

RYCO 24•7 sponsors the Southern Stars Netball Team 2

Congratulations must go to the RYCO 24•7 sponsored Southern Stars Netball Team 2 for finishing third in the Winter U15s SAUNA Div. 1 Netball competition.

The girls started the season in Division 1 once again and the tough competition saw some challenging games played. Many of the girls had not played together before and some heavy losses were suffered earlier in the season. However, hard work and a bit of tough love during training and games paid off, with some great competitive results towards the end of the season. The highlight of the season came in the last regular game against HUB Team 1 (a team who had beaten the girls in their previous three encounters), with the Southern Stars winning by an impressive five goals.

The girls played throughout the season with great spirit and endeavour and always remembered to have fun. Well done girls!

RYCO 24•7 is a proud to be a sponsor of the U15s Southern Stars.

RYCO 24•7 Sponsors Australian V8ute

RYCO 24•7 is proud to sponsor the Macmahon Racing team in the 2014 V8ute Racing Championship.

The V8ute, driven by Gerard “Maverick” McLeod, currently sits in 19th place with 205 points.

The next round of the V8ute Racing Championship is September 12-14 at Victoria’s Sandown International Raceway in Melbourne.

For more information visit the V8 Utes website www.v8utes.com.au

Gerard “Maverick” McLeod visits RYCO Head Office

Gerard “Maverick” McLeod of the Macmahon Racing Team and his RYCO sponsored V8 Ute visited the RYCO Head Office on Wednesday 10th September, 2014.

RYCO staff were given the opportunity to meet McLeod and check out the race Ute, ahead of the next round of the V8ute Racing Championship, September 12-14 at Victoria’s Sandown International Raceway in Melbourne.

For more information about the race visit the V8 Utes website www.v8utes.com.au

RYCO Melbourne staff and customers treated to ‘Hot Laps’ in the Macmahon V8 Racing Ute

As a result of RYCO sponsoring Gerard “The Maverick” McLeod in five rounds of the Australian V8 Ute Racing Series, we were invited by Gerard to bring customers and staff to the Sandown race track to participate in some ‘Hot Laps’ in his V8 Ute. A draw was held among the interested Melbourne staff and those lucky enough to be selected were treated to two incredibly fast (and truth be told slightly scary) ‘Hot Laps’. With Gerard at the wheel, you needed to put a lot of trust in his driving skills. As the first corner on the race track comes racing towards you, the feeling of relief as Gerard touches the brake pedal quickly disappears as he instead accelerates into the corner and you start to question his sanity and your own mortality. From this point on, and for the rest of your time in the passenger seat, you are in his very capable hands and it can be said that the adrenalin rush only gets better when he clicks the Ute into top gear at 195 kph down the back straight. Needless to say after every ‘Hot Lap’ session there were big smiles all round, and both RYCO customers and staff thoroughly enjoyed the day.

Please join us in wishing Gerard every success for the next three rounds of the V8 Ute Racing series.

Story by: Nigel Payne, Business Development Manager RYCO 24•7