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Last Chance to Experience the Nines

Last Chance to Experience the Nines

As you may have heard, the Dick Smith NRL Auckland Nines is almost sold out but we have installed 1,600 temporary seats in front of the north stand, right by the sideline. These Diamond seats are some of the best in the house.

Be part of the greatest weekend and experience the fast-paced, high scoring games of the NRL Auckland Nines. Secure your Diamond seats now from www.ticketek.co.nz

We still have some corporate packages available. Start the year off well by hosting your clients at this highly talked about sporting extravaganza. There are five platinum tables of ten and two corporate boxes to host 20 people each day.

To secure one of these packages contact Donna Churton on donna@duco.co.nz

The Dick Smith NRL Auckland Nines:
• 15 and 16 February 2014
• Eden Park, Auckland
• All 16 NRL teams
• 256 star players
• 9 players per side, 9 minute halves
• Be there!

With less than two weeks to go this event is shaping up to be the greatest weekend in Auckland. Make sure you're there to experience the atmosphere!

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