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2015 Haier Pulse Memberships Go on Sale

2015 Haier Pulse Memberships
Go on Sale

Media Release
26 September 2014

Haier Pulse fans will be able to renew their memberships from Monday 29thSeptember with the launch of the new Full Court Membership package. Included are all four ANZ Championship games at Wellington’s TSB Arena, the two at Te Rauparaha Arena in Porirua and priority booking for the regional fixture against the Southern Steel at Arena Manawatu in Palmerston North.

There’s also a range of exciting additional benefits including a sponsors’ goodie bag, a free programme at every home game and an exclusive lanyard and card. Members will have the opportunity to purchase an exclusive 2015 Pulse Member T, so members can show their true colours at all home games.

New members can secure their seats for the season from Monday 6th October and supporters who find it difficult to get to watch the Haier Pulse live can purchase a Member T to show their support for the Pulse at any time.

Haier Pulse and Netball Central Zone CEO Carolyn Young is urging supporters to renew their memberships early to avoid missing out on any of the action. “Tickets to Haier Pulse games are increasingly popular and buying a membership is the only way of ensuring that you don’t miss out,” she explained.

“2015 is building up to be another exciting year and we’ve strengthened our squad with some fantastic new signings, including Silver Fern shooters Jodi Brown and Ameliaranne Wells. I’m sure that all of our supporters are going to enjoy watching the team’s home games and the players really appreciate the fact that we have such a strong, loyal following.”

Haier Pulse memberships can be purchased by logging on to www.ticketek.co.nz.


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