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Subaru Top Weekend Is Back! 27th & 28th August

5 May 2005


Subaru Top Weekend Whakapapa 27th & 28th August 2005 from 8am

Subaru owners and snow fanatics, mark these dates in your diary!

If there's one event on the mountain you want to be at this winter it's the Subaru Top Weekend.

As part of this special event, the top 200 car parks are set aside for Subaru owners and as Subaru's arrive on the mountain they will be greeted by members of the Subaru team giving away goodie bags packed with cool Subaru merchandise.

Need a caffeine boost to get you up the mountain? Then don't miss the Subaru Fun Zone where you can get free Jungle Coffee fresh from the perk. Check out the latest model Subaru vehicles while grooving to the sounds of a DJ AND get the chance to win an awesome prize pack from Subaru.

Also, don't miss out on our Subaru Snow Rally during lunchtime. Here's your chance to race your friends or family down the slopes on 'Subaru Sliders' and be in to win more great prizes. Great fun for all the family.

The Top Weekend is also a chance for you to meet Subaru sponsored athletes such as multi-sport legend Steve Gurney and National Rally Champion Chris West.

The Subaru Top Weekend will be one of the highlights this winter, packed with fun and free stuff there's something for everyone.


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