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Williment Travel Teams Up with the Haier Pulse

Williment Travel Teams Up with the Haier Pulse

Media Release
31 March 2014

Haier Pulse players will be sporting a new logo on their uniforms this evening when they take on the NSW Swifts at Sydney’s Olympic Park.

Williment Travel has become the latest member of the Haier Pulse family of sponsors and their logo will appear below the bib on the playing dresses.

Haier Pulse and Netball Central Zone CEO, Carolyn Young, is thrilled with the new partnership. “We are delighted to have secured sponsorship with Williment Travel and to have an opportunity of bringing them within our Haier Pulse family. Williment’s long history of supporting sports teams and their alignment with netball make it an excellent partnership for the Haier Pulse and the rest of the Central Zone netball community.”

Williment Travel General Manager, Adair Cameron, sees the relationship developing as the sport continues to grow. “Williment Travel has been helping Kiwis support their favourite teams for over 40 years, so our new sponsorship of the Haier Pulse netball team is really exciting. It cements our commitment to a sport which will continue to grow in popularity and in profile, especially as we get closer to the World Cup in Sydney next year.”

Catch NSW Swifts v Haier Pulse on Sky Sports 1 at 9.30pm. Highlights are also broadcast on Maori TV on Tuesdays at 8.30pm.

The Haier Pulse play the next home game in Round 9 at Wellington’s TSB Arena against the Melbourne Vixens on Saturday 26 April. This is part of the exciting weekend of ANZAC celebrations in the capital which also includes an AFL game at Westpac Stadium between St Kilda Saints and the Brisbane Lions on ANZAC Day.

Tickets to Haier Pulse v Melbourne Vixens can be obtained from Ticketek athttp://premier.ticketek.co.nz/shows/show.aspx?sh=PULSE14

The team will play Round 10 at Te Rauparaha Arena, the home of the Haier Pulse, when they face the WBOP Magic on Monday 5 May at 7.40pm. There are a limited number of tickets so get in quick! Tickets can be purchased from Ticketdirect athttp://www.ticketdirect.co.nz/event/details/87904/anz-championship-2014-haier-pulse-vs-wbop-magic

Follow @HaierPulse on twitter for score updates and ‘like’ facebook/Haier.Pulse to keep up to date with all things Haier Pulse.

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