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Game, set, matrimony at ASB Classic 2018

December 8, 2017

Game, set, matrimony at ASB Classic 2018


ASB is giving two tennis fans the chance to win a match-made experience on the ASB Tennis Arena’s Centre Court.

ASB is looking for a pair of tennis-loving Kiwis interested in getting married on Sunday, December 31, 2017 - the eve of the ASB Classic 2018.

The wedding ceremony will take place on Centre Court at the ASB Tennis Arena on Auckland’s Stanley Street.

ASB will help the chosen couple plan their dream wedding event and organise cars and catering, photographers and flowers, and cover the cost of the pair’s special day. ASB will also invite a very special international guest to help officiate the ceremony.

ASB head of community, sponsorship and events Mark Graham says ASB looks forward to uniting two tennis fans in matrimony ahead of the ASB Classic 2018.

“ASB loves tennis and this year we’re looking for a couple who loves the game as much as we do. Some of the greatest moments in New Zealand tennis history have taken place on the ASB Tennis Arena’s Centre Court and we’re excited to add another, albeit different, match-up to its count,” Mr Graham says.

“We know there is a lot to organise in three short weeks, so if you’re loved up, and love the game of tennis, we’d like to hear from you.”

Other ASB Classic brands involved in helping make the pair’s wedding day special include: Moet & Chandon, BMW and SkyCity.

How to enter ASB Classic’s game, set, matrimony:
Send a few lines about you and your partner to: wedding@asb.co.nz
Include a picture, your age and where in New Zealand you live
You must both be available to get married on Sunday, December 31, 2017
Entries close on Wednesday, December 13, 2017

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