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Andre Agassi in New Zealand

Andre Agassi in New Zealand


The greatest player in tennis history will speak live in New Zealand at two glittering gala dinner’s during the height of the summer tennis season.

The only man to win a career golden slam, Andre Agassi has an astonishing story to tell about his life and career and his conflicted love / hate relationship with tennis.

The Mad Butcher Presents An Evening with Andre Agassi in association with Paper Plus

CHRISTCHURCH
Date: Wednesday 23 January, 2013
Venue: TBC
Time: 6pm – 11.00pm

AUCKLAND
Date: Thursday 24 January, 2013
Venue: The Langham Hotel, Auckland
Time: 6pm – 11.00pm

EVENT HIGHLIGHTS:
• Remarks by Andre Agassi
• Moderated Q & A
• Put your own questions to the most beloved athlete of all time
• Sumptuous four course dinner with fine wines
• Live music

Book your table of ten or single tickets now at www.ducoevents.co.nz or call Waverley Burke on 09 309-2907.

Tickets will sell fast to this highly anticipated event.

Best wishes,

David Higgins PRESENTING SPONSOR
Wed 23rd Jan 2013 Christchurch

Thu 24th Jan 2013
Auckland

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