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Skycity Provides Free Buses To And From NH Stadium

27 February 2004


Media Release For Immediate Publication


SKYCITY PROVIDES FREE BUSES TO AND FROM NORTH HARBOUR STADIUM FOR
WARRIORS PRE-SEASON MATCH THIS WEEKEND


SKYCITY is providing free buses to and from this weekend’s pre-season rugby league match between the Vodafone Warriors and Penrith Panthers, North Harbour Stadium, Sunday 29 February 2004.

Kick off is at 5:30pm and buses will leave SKYCITY Auckland (in front of the main entrance) at 4:30pm and will return to SKYCITY at the end of the game.

The current three-year sponsorship (which began last year) makes SKYCITY the official after-match “home” of the Warriors.

After every home game this season the Warriors rugby league team and management will celebrate and mingle with their fans in SKYCITY’s NCB Bar where the player of the day presentation will also take place.

The Vodafone Warriors take on Brisbane Broncos in Brisbane 5.00pm New Zealand time for their first match of the season on Sunday 14 March 2004.

* Note: you must be 20 years of age or over to enter the New City Bar.

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