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The Bledisloe Bash 2005

The Bledisloe Bash 2005
A Night with New Zealand and Australian Rugby Legends
IN AID OF CYSTIC FIBROSIS ASSOCIATION OF NEW ZEALAND
6.30PM Thursday 1st September, The Langham Hotel, Auckland

We are currently organising a dinner during the build up to the grand finale of toughest rugby competition in the World – The Bledisloe Cup.

Join Rugby Legends, Nick Farr-Jones, David Campese, Grant Fox, Sir Brian Lochore and Ian Jones for a ‘fireside chat’ on the rugby rivalry between New Zealand and Australia that dates back to 1903 ……The Battle of the Bledisloe!

Two matches within a series that supersedes the Tri Nations itself.

The promise of a truly sensational evening with a sumptuous 3-course meal and great entertainment while helping young kiwis affected by Cystic Fibrosis a difficult and debilitating disease.

Book early for a star studded evening with entertainment from Mike King. Paul Holmes your master of ceremonies will introduce a galaxy of stars including Dominic Bowden, Hayley-Marie Byrnes, Jude Dobson, Andy Haden, Barbara Kendell, Mary Lambie, Jim Mora, Amber Peebles, Greer Robson, Erika Takacs & Alan Whetton.


Tickets are priced at:
$220 per ticket (GST exclusive) or
$2,200 for table of ten (GST exclusive) or
$5,000 for a VIP table of ten (GST exclusive) (Includes VIP table of 10 with prominently positioned table and rugby legend seated at your table, 10 tickets to pre-dinner VIP Cocktail Party, full page advertisement in the official dinner program plus scrolling logo on giant screens during the dinner)


Should you wish like to secure a table at this event please contact Rebecca Lowe on (09) 376 9247 or email: rebecca@internationalevents.co.nz


ENDS

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