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Stagecoach supports Variety Club

Stagecoach supports Variety Club
in Downtown Auckland Playhouse Promotion

Stagecoach is making it easily affordable for families to come into Downtown Auckland to see the Kids Playhouse Parade.

The company's family orientated ticket, the GroupPass, will be available for only $10 on every weekend day in March. This is to support and encourage travel into the central city on the weekend. One of the favorite attractions for families will be the Kids’ Playhouse Parade, which is on at Princes Wharf and around the Viaduct Harbour area.

The GroupPass is a one day pass for up to four people traveling together and can be used from 9am weekdays or all-day weekends and public holidays on all Stagecoach & Link buses. The pass is bought from the bus driver.

More details can be obtained from Rideline on 366 6400 or at www.stagecoach.co.nz

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