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Infinity New Sponsor Of Auckland NPC, Blues Teams

Infinity Solutions New Sponsor Of Auckland NPC, Blues Teams

Business services company Infinity Solutions Ltd has signed an agreement with the Auckland Rugby Football Union (ARFU) to sponsor the Auckland NPC team and the Blues until the end of 2002.

Under the sponsorship agreement Infinity Solutions has signage rights at Eden Park for all Auckland NPC and Blues team home games. The Infinity Solutions logo will appear on the Auckland NPC team playing jerseys, training apparel, casual apparel and replica jerseys.

Infinity Solutions Marketing Manager Maree McGill said the sponsorship agreement built on the company's existing good relationship with the ARFU.

"Infinity Solutions and the ARFU have a background of working closely together. We provide a full range of IT solutions, including software development, 'pc' engineering services, network support and hardware supply. The sponsorship agreement establishes us as the ARFU's official and preferred supplier of these services.

"This is also Infinity Solutions' chance to support the game New Zealanders love and give our backing to the Blues and the Auckland NPC team, both of which have a great history of success," said Ms McGill.

ARFU Chief Executive David White said the sponsorship cements the strong link between the Union and Infinity Solutions.

"We are delighted that Infinity Solutions have agreed to upgrade its relationship from supplier to sponsor. Their support will enable the Union to continue to seek innovation and leadership in its IT infrastructure," he said.


About Infinity Solutions Limited

Infinity Solutions is a New Zealand-owned business services company combining Information Technology, Human Resources Management and Asset Management to provide a fully integrated outsourced service to help organisations operate more efficiently.

The company delivers results through expert knowledge, dedication to world best practice systems, best-of-breed technology solutions and solid partnerships with leading international suppliers.

Infinity Solutions offers clients a nation-wide service that frees them to focus on their core revenue-earning business.

Further information on Infinity Solutions is available at:

About Auckland Rugby Football Union Incorporated

Founded in 1883, the Auckland Rugby Football Union is one of the oldest and biggest Unions in the country. It is governed by a board of nine directors and has a full time staff of 25, including five rugby development managers.

Auckland's rugby teams always play with great pride and passion. Players and fans alike are fiercely loyal to the Union, supporting it through good times and bad. Many of New Zealand's greatest All Blacks have played for Auckland including Dave Gallaher, Wilson Whineray, Andy Haden, John Kirwan, Bryan Williams, Grant Fox, Michael Jones, Zinzan Brooke and Sean Fitzpatrick.

Eden Park, situated at Walters Road, Mt Eden, has been the home ground of the Union since 1914 and many fine rugby moments have taken place there.

It is the biggest stadium in New Zealand, with a current capacity of 50,000 people. Before new stands reduced capacity, the largest crowd recorded was 61,240 for a New Zealand v South Africa test in 1956.

Further information on the Auckland Rugby Football Union is available at:

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