The Stormers

Tiger’s Milk gets Stormed

With their home ground a mere kilometer away, an alliance between Tiger’s Milk and the Stormers was a strategy of epic proportions.

On what would otherwise be a regular Tuesday night at Tiger’s Milk Claremont, the sound of thunder could be heard in the distance as the Stormers rugby team rolled into the restaurant. Eager fans waited for the familiar faces to arrive, including Siya Kholisi, Eben Etzebeth and Dillyn Leyds. The boys brought their own crowd – friends and family alike – as the anticipation grew for the ceremony at hand.

Tiger’s Milk represents an inherent wildness, a curious tendency to flirt with danger and the age-old tale of Innocence Lost. These attributes are all too reminiscent of the traits which define a Stormers player. Tiger’s Milk recognizes these similarities and chose to honour them through our newly established loyalty programme.

The drinks were flowing and the food was great, before Tiger’s Milk representative Shehaam Allie handed each player their loyalty card. The bond was received by the players and reciprocated through the signing of a Stormers Rugby Jersey, as a gift to Tiger’s Milk.

After this intimate and significant ceremony, the party was on. The sounds of DJ Dino Live were turned up and a crowd quickly grew in front of his deck to dance and sing into the night.

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Come the end of the night, the team still hadn’t had enough. Thanks to the looming public holiday, the vibe was at no risk of being forced to simmer down to account for an early morning or full day of work the following day. Many of the Stormers were still enjoying their drinks and a well-deserved night off before their game on the weekend, which saw them dominate the Reds 25-19. We’re not taking the credit, but we definitely helped bring the Thunder!

If you’re in the mood to be Thunderstruck, head over to Tiger’s Milk Claremont where you may catch a glimpse of a local Stormer, or maybe even the full team.