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Triumph come on board with the Silver Ferns

Triumph come on board with the Silver Ferns

Netball New Zealand is very excited to announce a two-year partnership with Triumph New Zealand.

Triumph’s triaction® range of sports bras are now the official sports bra of the Silver Ferns and Netball New Zealand. The triaction® range is the perfect choice for New Zealand’s leading women’s sports team and offers four levels of support across a variety of styles.

NNZ Chief Executive Raelene Castle says “It’s fantastic to have the support of a great brand like Triumph who produce world class sports bras.”

Triumph New Zealand National Sales Manager Anita Clelland says, “We are thrilled to be aligned with such a great team of sports women and that our triaction® sports bras will be worn by the Silver Ferns this year. Our triaction® range will provide all the support and comfort the players need so they can concentrate on their game and hopefully bring the big wins home to New Zealand.”

To celebrate, Triumph NZ is running an exciting consumer competition to win tickets to a Silver Ferns test match in 2012. Also included in the prize are return flights and transfers to the test match location, one night’s accommodation, dinner for two and a chance to meet some of the players at a pre-match training session. The competition runs from Friday March 30, 2012 until Monday April 30, 2012. To be in the draw to WIN, entrants must visit triumph.com/nz and answer a simple question about the Silver Ferns.

For all competition details and terms and conditions please visit www.triumph.com/nz

Triumph International is one of the world’s largest underwear manufacturers. The company enjoys a presence in over 120 countries with its core brands Triumph®, triaction®, sloggi®, Valisere® and HOM®. Triumph employs more than 36,500 people and achieves a turnover of CHF 2.2 billion (2010).

Keep up to date with the Silver Ferns preparations for the 2012 calendar through our social media channels, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NetballNewZealand
Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/MyNetballNZ
YouTube:http://www.youtube.com/user/SilverFernsTV

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