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Catch all the Action with a Haier Pulse Membership

Media Release
15 November 2012
Catch all the Action with a Haier Pulse Membership

The Haier Pulse players have set their sights firmly on the 2013 ANZ Championship play-offs, as Robyn Broughton’s exciting new squad looks to complete some unfinished business from the last campaign.

With the addition of former Silver Ferns Donna Wilkins and Liana Leota and the superb recent international form of Millie Lees and new Australian Diamond Caitlin Thwaites, the squad can now call on the experience of six capped players in a formidable and highly-competitive line-up, led by inspirational Captain Katrina Grant.

Last year’s home games were completely sold out and to ensure that more fans get the chance to see the team in action, the Haier Pulse will now be playing three games at Wellington’s TSB Arena (3800 capacity), and three games at Te Rauparaha Arena, Porirua, the home of the Haier Pulse (2000 capacity).

Haier Pulse General Manager Kyla Lange was keen to stress the importance of looking after the team’s loyal supporters. “Not only do we want to be able to offer more fans the opportunity to cheer us on at each game, we also want to ensure that every ticket holder knows where they are sitting, so the big change for next season is the introduction of allocated seating at both of our home venues,” she explained.

“To guarantee the best seats in the house and avoid missing out on any home games, we are encouraging our fans to buy a 2013 Haier Pulse membership,” she added.

Memberships are on sale now at www.pulse.org.nz. More information about the Haier Pulse is available on http://www.pulse.org.nz/ facebook.com/Haier.Pulse or twitter @HaierPulse.

Haier Pulse Membership Details
Season Membership Price
Adult $150
Child (15yrs and under) $60
1 Adult & 1 Child $200

Season Membership Benefits
• Entry to six Wellington-based home games.
• Preferential seating at all home games
• Preferential ticket purchase for regional game in Palmerston North
• Membership pack
• Sponsor offers
• Membership card & lanyard
• Invitation to Haier Pulse season launch
• Exclusive membership event
• Exclusive newsletter including team insights from Captain and Coach
• Priority access to tickets for Haier Pulse play-off games
• Chance to vote for player of the year
Can’t get to a game? Fan membership ($30) is also available and includes:
• Membership pack
• Sponsor offers
• Invitation to Haier Pulse season launch
• Exclusive newsletter including team insights from Captain and Coach
• Chance to vote for player of the year

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