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Combat Sports Invade the Waikato Show

Combat Sports Invade the Waikato Show
Come play Laser Combat for free with the crew from Asylum Paintball, Laser Combat and NZ Airsoft
Auckland, New Zealand - 20 March, 2014

Asylum Paintball will be teaming up with their mates from Laser Combat Auckland and NZ Airsoft to showcase combat sports such as Paintball, Airsoft and Laser Combat at the upcoming Waikato Show to be held on the 11th-13th of April at Claudelands Showgrounds in Hamilton.

Show attendees will be able to get an up close and personal look at a variety of paintball and airsoft guns, talk to real tournament and milsim players and take part in a free game of laser combat on their custom inflatable fields. Expect loads of giveaways including free play cards and more.

“We love what the Waikato show is doing, and think that this is a great opportunity for all three sports to work together to showcase what we do to a wider audience. Massive thanks for having us” said Michael Earley, spokesperson for Asylum Paintball.

Are you keen to check it out? Entry to the show is only $5 per person, and free for the kids under 5.

About Asylum Paintball:
Asylum Paintball is based in the former Kingseat Mental Hospital at 833 Kingseat Road, Karaka, right next to Spookers Haunted Attraction. With a fully stocked proshop, mixture of scenario, CQB and tournament paintball fields it is the #1 indoor and outdoor paintball facility in New Zealand and proudly hosts both the South Auckland Paintball Club Race Series and two New Zealand Paintball Players League Events.
For more information phone (09) 277 0075 or visit their website: http://asylumpaintball.co.nz
About the The Waikato Show:
Held in Hamilton, New Zealand from the 11th-13th of April at the Claudelands Expo centre. The Waikato show is made up of a variety of shows and expos under one roof:
• The Wellbeing Waikato Show – the health and wellness support groups like endometriosis, asthma, epilepsy etc, as well as the natural healing business around town too, the ear clinic etc;
• The HomeXPO – Discover hundreds of exciting new ideas and products for renovating, building and decorating your home. Secure special HomeXPO prices three days only at the Waikato Homexpo.
• The Cultural Village – This is the area for gorgeous multicultural food to try, performances as well as the beautiful arts and crafts from all our friends that originally came from overseas before settling down in the Waikato
• The Get Ready Get Thru expo – This is an outdoor area to educate people how to be prepared for a national/regional emergency, and what to do – like an earthquake.
Add to the expos – an interactive farmyard, pony rides, an alpaca show, a main stage to support the local talent, a food court with the regular ice-cream, pizza, coffee etc and the Waikato’s Biggest Carnival on Friday night. For more information visit http://waikatoshow.co.nz/

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